Articles tagged with: 777

11
April
2014

Malaysian Airline Boeing 777 Ranks High in Safety

Featuring: Richard L. Aboulafia

Malaysian Airline Boeing 777 Ranks High in Safety

The Boeing 777, boasting two giant engines and a 19 year history is well sought after by airline companies because it has the capability of flying very long distances, clocking flight times of 16 hours. Though the 777 does have a great safety record, it has had some fatal incidents. In July 2013 an Asiana Airlines had a bad landing in San Francisco killing 2 passengers on board. Another incident occurred in 2008 when British Airways also had a harsh landing at London’s Heathrow Airport. Richard Aboulafia of Teal Group comments that the Boeing 777 has one of the safest flight records in jetliner history.

Media Outlet: Guardian Liberty Voice Tags 777 | Malaysia Airlines 370

08
March
2014

Boeing 777 considered one of the most popular, safest jets

Featuring: Richard L. Aboulafia

Boeing 777 considered one of the most popular, safest jets

Airlines like the plane because it is capable of flying extremely long distances thanks to two giant engines. Each engine is so massive that a row of at least five coach seats could fit inside it. By having just two engines, the plane burns through less fuel than four-engine jets, like the Boeing 747, which it has essentially replaced. “It has provided a new standard in both efficiency and safety,” said Richard Aboulafia, an aviation consultant with the Teal Group. “The 777 has enjoyed one of the safest records of any jetliner built.”

Media Outlet: Associated Press, Fox News Tags 777 | Malaysia Airlines 370

16
July
2013

Asiana passengers look to sue airline, Boeing over crash

Featuring: Richard L. Aboulafia

Asiana passengers look to sue airline, Boeing over crash

Aviation experts expressed surprise at the announcement of a planned lawsuit, saying it may be premature before the National Transportation Safety Board completes its investigation, which could take more than a year. “This is one of the more unusual things I’ve heard,” said Richard Aboulafia, an aerospace analyst with Teal Group Corp., a Virginia research firm. “You don’t hear of much success with cases like these, particularly involving an aircraft with such a stellar safety record.”

Media Outlet: The Los Angeles Times Tags 777 | Asiana Flight 214 | Boeing

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