Re: AA 777-200IGW

Date:         22 Feb 99 03:30:18 
From:         "RampRat" <nospamta!_ellor@tesco.net>
Organization: Tesco ISP
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john r. <john@guava.demon.co.uk> wrote in message <airliners.1999.175@ohare.Chicago.COM> ...
>In article <airliners.1999.135@ohare.Chicago.COM>, Ken Ishiguro <kenish@earthlink.net> writes
>>BTW, in AA livery, it was a little more difficult to identify as a 777,
>>at first.  I wasn't sure it was until I got closer to it.
>
>Two ways to recognise a 777, on the ground the flight deck windows are
>smaller than any other twin, relatively.
>In the air the long thin wings stand out.

Another one...
main gear bogeys carry six tyres and not four like the 767. Until the newer
Airbus variants come online it is unique in this configuration for a Western
manufactured aircraft.