What is the largest Boeing plane in the world?

Boeing's 777-9 is the world's largest and longest twin-engine commercial aircraft. Once it goes into service, the 251-foot-long aircraft will ferry up to 425 passengers on long-haul flights—spanning up to 7,285 nautical miles—around the world.

Is Boeing 787 bigger than 777?

The Boeing 777 is larger than the 787 and thus can carry more passengers. Even comparing the largest 787-10 to the 777-200ER puts it ahead only by 17 seats while shedding significant range. The 777-300ER leads the Dreamliners with 396 seats and almost the same range as the 787-9.

Is Airbus A380 bigger than Boeing 747?

The Airbus A380 beats the Boeing 747 in passenger capacity, with the ability to accommodate 250 more passengers in a full economy configuration. The A380 offers more interior space, allowing for the inclusion of bars, showers, lounges, and private suites, making it a popular choice for luxurious first-class offerings.

Is Boeing 777 bigger?

The 777 is the world's largest twinjet and the most-built wide-body airliner. The jetliner was designed to bridge the gap between Boeing's other wide body airplanes, the twin-engined 767 and quad-engined 747, and to replace aging DC-10s and L-1011 trijets.

What’s Boeing’s biggest plane?

What is the largest plane ever built?

Antonov An-225The six-engined Antonov An-225 is literally in a category of its own, holding the titles of both the heaviest aircraft ever built and the largest wingspan of an aircraft currently in service. In fact, only one An-225 has ever been built.

Is Boeing 777X bigger than 747?

The first flight of the 777-9 was on Saturday, January 25, 2020. The 777-9 is to supersede the 250 ft 2 in (76.25 m) Boeing 747-8 as the longest airliner.

What is currently the biggest airplane in the world?

Stratolaunch RocStratolaunch Roc, the world's biggest airplane, completed its ninth test flight over Mojave Desert. Made to carry rockets and smaller vehicles, the Roc is also called a mothership aircraft.

What is the largest plane still flying?

Airbus A380The Airbus A380 widebody airliner is the world's first and only aircraft with two full decks. The world's largest passenger carrier is powered by four extremely powerful Engine Alliance GP7200 or Rolls-Royce Trent 900 turbofans, each producing a thrust of 332.44–356.81 kN (74,740–80,210 lbf).

Rate article
Tourist guide