BeskrivelseDelta Air Lines Boeing 777-200LR
Registrering: N701DN "The Delta Spirit"
Produsent: Flight Miniatures
Materiale: Plast Snap-fit
Lengde: 31,8 cm
Vingespenn: 32,4 cm
The Delta Spirit-emblemet pryder forparten på dette Boeing 777-flyet for å anerkjenne Deltas ansatte.Delta Air Lines Boeing 777-200LR
Registration: N701DN "The Delta Spirit"
Brand: Flight Miniatures
Material: Plastic Snap-Fit
Length: 31,8 cm
Wingspan: 32,4 cm
Display Stand: Yes
Landing Gear: No
Delta's first 777-232LR bearing registration N701DN and Ship 7101
delivered on February 29, 2008, at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington. On
March 6, at a ceremony in the Delta Technical Operations Center in Atlanta,
Ship 7101 was christened "The Delta Spirit" in recognition of Delta
The Delta Spirit entered scheduled service on March 8, 2008, with a flight
from Atlanta, to Los Angeles, California. The aircrafts first international
flight was Atlanta to Tokyo, Japan, on March 9, 2008.
With a maximum operating range of 9,395 nautical miles (17,370 km), the
777-200LR has the longest range of any commercial airliner and can fly
non-stop between nearly any two cities in the world. Of course, longer
range means longer flights and Delta has raised the standards for travel
comfort. The Delta One® class includes fully lie flat beds. The main cabin
offers next-generation, more comfortable seats, and every seat offers
Deltas on-demand entertainment system on larger screens.
On November 9-10, 2005, a Boeing 777-200LR Worldliner set a new world
record for distance traveled non-stop by a commercial jetliner. The
777-200LR set a record distance of 11,664 nautical miles (21,601 km) on a
route traveling eastbound from Hong Kong to London (Heathrow). The
flight lasted 22 hours and 42 minutes.