The Boeing 777
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Over the last decades we have seen airlines come and go, with the commercial aircraft industry whittled down to an industry dominated by two manufacturers: The Boeing Commercial Aircraft Company and Airbus Industries. Several commercial aircraft companies have fallen by the wayside, with Douglas, McDonnell Douglas and Lockheed to name a few. This paper examines some of the aspects of the development of the Boeing 777. It begins with with the environment, changes in Boeing's design process, technology, testing, expected demand, cost and, finally, why the Boeing 777 is considered the best in the industry.
From the Paper:"One of Boeing's cornerstone goals for the 777, "Day One Service Readiness", was accomplished by conducting extensive testing and integration throughout the program. To do this, Boeing created an Integrated Aircraft Systems Laboratory to integrate and test all of the avionics systems. This testing was useful in moving development work forward to allow early Extended Twin-engine Operations (ETOPS) certification."
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