Air France order Boeing 777-300s

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6 Oct 2000

BANGKOK – As part of its fleet rationalisation and modernisation programme, Air France has confirmed its choice of the longer-range Boeing 777-300. The agreement covers a firm order for 10 aircraft, with options on a further 10. The first of these aircraft is scheduled for delivery in October 2003.

The new aircraft uses the same technology as the Boeing 777-200ER, 11 of which are already operated by Air France. The differences between the two models are in passenger and cargo capacity.

The longer-range Boeing 777-300 will be able to seat 348 passengers in optimum conditions of comfort, and carry 20.8 tons of cargo (270 passengers and 12.7 tons of cargo for the Boeing 777-200ER).

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