In Pictures: A History of the Boeing 777 Family

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Our data tells us that today’s active Boeing 777 fleet will need $684.9 million worth of heavy maintenance visits and C checks in a 36-month period ending in September 2015. The potential for a MRO capacity crunch is the focus of our market analysis in the MRO edition of next week's Aviation Week & Space Technology.

The tablet edition includes an interactive graphic that looks at the history of the 777 family. Click the graphic above to see it. 



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