Boeing's new large aircraft took off and landed perfectly, just before serial production began • It is expected to enter the market by 2021
The 777 X takes off from Payne Airport in Washington // Photo: AFP
After a failed first attempt due to extreme weather, Saturday evening (Saturday) took off from Payne Airport, Washington, the new Boeing 777X. This is the company's most advanced body wide model, which many airlines have already booked around the world.
Successful take-off has been important to the company, which has been in trouble since disabling all of its 737 max aircraft following the two model crashes. Remember, the CEO of the company even resigned several weeks ago.
In the new 777 model, the engines were upgraded, the wings changed and additional upgrades were introduced to make the aircraft more economical and efficient. The cabin will be larger than previous models, and the flight range is longer.
The new aircraft is intended for long-haul flights, and its previous models are also operated by El Al, among others, all aircraft manufactured by the American aircraft manufacturer. The aircraft is expected to start flying on commercial flights as early as next year.