Air India

( AI / AIC )



Destinations of their 777s

Hub(s): DEL, BOM

in Africa: none

in Asia: CCU, COK, HYD, AMD, RUH, JED

in Oceania: none

in the Americas: EWR, ORD, JFK

in Europe: LHR

T7-Fleet

  act ord opt
777
0
0
0
77E
0
0
0
77L
3
0
0
77F
0
0
0
773
0
0
0
77W
12
3
0
 
20
3
0
act = active
ord = on order
opt = options

Engines

- 777-222ER: PW4090
VT-AIJ ... AIL (returned to lessor)
- 777-222: PW4084
VT-AIR (returned to lessor)
- 777-237LR: GE90-110B1L
VT-ALF ... ALH (5 (A...E) sold to EY)
- 777-337ER: GE90-115BL
VT-ALJ ... ALU

MTOW

- 777-237LR: 347.800 kg
- 777-337ER: 343.800 kg

About

Air India has received its 1st leased 777 in late 2004. 4 ex-United 777s were in service until mid-2010.
In December 2005, AI has ordered its own 777s (77L/77W) for a major fleet expansion and renewal.
The delivery of the first 77L was delayed a long time because of problems while manufacturing and some disagreements within Air India's management.
The 77L is now used for non-stop flights from India to the USA. Air India's new 777s will be named after indian states.
On the 26th July 2007 Boeing and Air India held a little ceremony in Everett to celebrate the first delivery of an Air India B777-200LR.
"Air India is connecting India to the world and is doing so in a manner that combines real economic advantages for the airline and a positive experience for our passengers," said V. Thulasidas, chairman and managing director of Air India during this ceremony. "Boeing's 777-200LR is the most technologically advanced passenger aircraft in its class and will enable Air India to fly passengers around the world with direct, nonstop routes."

On board their 777s


Seat configurations

- 777-237LR: 8 First (1-2-1), 35 Executive (2-3-2) , 195 Eco (3-3-3) = 238 seats
Seat width/pitch: 23"/80", 19,5"/76", 18"/34"

- 777-337ER: 4 First (1-2-1), 35 Executive (2-3-2), 303 Eco (3-3-3) = 342 seats
Seat width/pitch: 23"/80", 19,5"/76", 18"/33"




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