It’s Sunday again, so it must be time for some more airplane art.
This week, we have an United Airlines Boeing 777-200 climbing out Chicago O’Hare International Airport on a sunny morning as it begins the long trek from Chicago to the Hawaiian islands.
United Airlines operate a fleet of 19 Boeing 777-200 aircraft – part of the orginal batch of the Boeing 777 build. United Airlines remain the largest operator of the 777-200 (non ER). The airline also operates the Extended Range varient (777-200ER), the lengethend extended range variant (777-300ER) of the Boeing 777 families.
The airline also operates Boeing 757-200, Boeing 767-300ER, Boeing 767-400ER, Boeing 787-8, Boeing 787-9 and the Boeing 787-10 in its long haul fleet.
This aircraft – N774UA was delivered to United Airlines in March 1996 – making this a 25 year old frame. It is used primarily for hub-to-hub high capacity operations, as well as flights to Hawaii and the occasional trip to Europe.
More Airplane Art next week!
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