Monday, November 18, 2013

Boeing Bragging Points From Dubai

The Boeing press release found on its own web site expresses optimism, confidence, and pride for the 777X launch. It has expressed this in its latest release of information.

Boeing 777X to Deliver Unprecedented Efficiency and Economics

Boeing 777X to Deliver Unprecedented Efficiency and Economics

"DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, Nov. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing [NYSE:BA], one day after announcing the record-breaking launch of the 777X, today at the Dubai Airshow outlined the performance characteristics and a variety of features that will make the newest member of the Boeing twin-aisle family the largest and most fuel-efficient twin-engine commercial jetliner in aviation history.
Key innovations will make the 777X 12 percent more fuel efficient than its competitor:  an all-new composite wing based on the innovative wing developed for the super-efficient 787 Dreamliner, aerodynamic advances such as a hybrid laminar flow control vertical tail and natural laminar flow nacelles, and all-new GE9X engines developed by GE Aviation.
In addition to unprecedented fuel efficiency and environmental responsibility, these new technologies will help the 777X deliver 10 percent lower operating economics than the competition.
"The 777X builds on the heritage of the 777-300ER and incorporates many advanced technologies designed for the 787 to create a new standard for widebody airplanes. It will truly be a worthy successor to the 777-300ER," said Fancher.
The 777X's efficiency directly links to exceptional environmental performance. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is produced as fuel is consumed. This means the reductions in fuel use will result in equivalent cuts in carbon dioxide emissions.
Two models comprise the 777X family – the 777-8X, with approximately 350 seats and a range capability of more than 9,300 nautical miles; and the 777-9X, with approximately 400 seats and a range of more than 8,200 nautical miles. The 777-8X competes directly with the Airbus A350-1000 while the 777-9X is in a class by itself, serving a market segment that no other airplane can.
"Both of these airplanes are about providing growth options and flexibility for our customers," Fancher said. "The 777-9X fits in the heart of where we think the market will go."
At 233 feet, the 777X composite wing has a longer span than today's 777-300ER. Its folding, raked wingtip delivers greater efficiency, significant fuel savings and complete airport gate capability. In addition, it allows access to the entire range of gates currently accessibly by the 777-300ER.
Adding 787 technologies in the flight deck, flight controls and other systems is just the beginning. The 777X implements 787 technologies where they add value to our customers and increase commonality across Boeing's twin-aisle product family.
Boeing is exploring a number of innovations that will advance the passenger experience and create an interior passengers will prefer. For instance, the company will reposition and resize the windows to provide more ambient light inside and provide passengers with better views outside the cabin. A new interior architecture will make the 777X cabin even more spacious, leveraging the airplane's cross-section – the widest in its class.
The 777X is targeted for first delivery in 2020.
Contact:
Scott Lefeber (Dubai)
777X Communications
+1 425-213-9445
scott.s.lefeber@boeing.com
Doug Alder (Seattle)
Media Relations
+1 206-544-1814
doug.alder-jr@boeing.com
More information: www.newairplane.com/777X  
SOURCE Boeing
So here it is:


Remember when Boeing said in its earlier press release for the Boeing 787 that would shatter fuel improvements by 15% with the 787. Then came the launch process with a multi-level design onslaught from engine makers to wing makers. As well as a weight loss interdependent. Remember when Boeing said in its earlier press release for the Boeing 787 that would shatter fuel improvements by 15% with the 787. Then came the launch process with a multi-level design onslaught from engine makers to wing makers. As well as a weight loss superintendents managing the carry-off of structural design enhancements. This above mention snip-it of "12% percent improvement is common denominator of an "all hands on deck" approach to fitting out a new design. The 12% claim is a bottom number, not the top number. They have computer modeled the 12% performance number and should exceed that number in an Actual After modeling performance generator, during tests flight of up to 15% over the competition similar aircraft. What will happen is that the 777-8 through 9 will have the upcoming physical changes on...

GE engine updates in testing and in flight. The PIPs move forward.
Building test frames will have a weight demolition activity CRFP wing design optimized from 787 dynamics to 777-8 dynamics Engine placement articulated to sweet spot on wing. Lessons learned on body design (shape) transfers from 787 to 777. 787 like enhancements. When its all complete and ready to go to customer, it will be more like a 15% improvement over the 777-200 or 300 as compared with the new 777-9. The -8 eight will be a phoenominal 350 passenger bus killer. Compared with the 787-10, it will go farther than the dash10 with more passengers. The 787-10 is a high tech gap filler, that will please a niche of routes for both Boeing and its customers. The 777-8 or 777-9  will move more like a cruise ship the a 17 INCH SEAT Bus ride. Dubai (et al) loved what they saw and saw what they loved! Airbus is all in with the 1000 and will double down with loyal minion.

Congratulations , Boeing for executing a plan, even it has had a rough year in 2013 with the 787. Now the table is set for the world.

This above mention snip-it of "12% percent improvement is common denominator of an "all hands on deck" approach to fitting out a new design.  The 12% claim is a bottom number, not the top number. They have computer modeled the 12% performance number and should exceed that number in an Actual After modeling performance generator, during tests flight of up to 15% over the competition similar aircraft. What will happen is that the 777-8 through 9 will have the upcoming physical changes on.

GE engine updates in testing and in flight. The PIPs move forward. Building test frames will have a weight demolition activity CRFP wing design optimized from 787 dynamics to 777-8 dynamics Engine placement articulated to sweet spot on wing.
Lessons learned on body design (shape) transfers from 787 to 777 with 787 like enhancements.

When its all complete and ready to go to customer, it will be more like a 15% improvement over the 777-200 or 300 as compared with the new 777-9. The -8 eight will be a phenomenal 350 passenger bus killer. Compared with the 787-10, it will go farther than the dash10 with more passengers. The 787-10 is a high tech gap filler, that will please a niche of routes for both Boeing and its customers. The 777-8 or 777-9  will move more like a cruise ship the a 17 INCH SEAT Bus ride. Dubai (et-al) loved what they saw and saw what they loved! Airbus is all in with the 1000 and will double down with loyal minion.

Congratulations , Boeing for executing a plan, even it has had a rough year in 2013 with the 787. Now the table is set for the world.