LAX772LR wrote:Line number 9, a -222, first delivered to UA. Definitely one of the first 777-200As built.Wasn't this technically one of the original UA planes? Something of an O.G. among 777s if so. Sad to see it go, but expected.
JannEejit wrote:And on that subject, I thought I saw an original British Airways G-ZZZ* 772 getting airborne the other day. Surely almost as long on the tooth ?
na wrote:The first of the former Transaero Triple Sevens has been ferried to Florida to be parted-out. Hardly surprising as the plane is one of the undesirable -200 non-ER-models and more than 21 years old.
ADent wrote:It flew for Varig too.
aemoreira1981 wrote:This frame also did VNO-JFK runs.
GianiDC wrote:Who are pilots on such ferry flights? Former UN pilots or are there some sort of freelancer pilots?
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