Boeing 777-200ER

When you’re travelling to Dubai, Quito, or Osaka, you may fly with the Boeing 777-200ER. Find out their names and learn everything you want to know.

About the Boeing 777-200ER

In 2003, we added the 1st Boeing 777-200ER to our fleet. The -200ER is the world’s biggest twin-jet, with the largest landing gear of all commercial aircraft types. You just might fly in one of these aircraft to Dubai, Quito, Guayaquil, or Osaka (destinations may differ per season).

The Boeing 777’s twin-jet engines equal 175,000 horsepower. With this, our pilots can make this aircraft accelerate from 0 to 96 km/h in just 6 seconds. That’s why the engine is listed as the most powerful jet engine in the Guinness Book of Records.

Aircraft names

Almost all of our Boeing 777-200ER’s are named after world heritage sites: Epidaurus, Chichen Itza, Ferrara City, Mount Kilimanjaro, Galápagos Islands, Hadrian’s Wall, Nahanni National Park, Pont du Gard, Borobudur, Darjeeling Railway, Iguazú Falls, Litomyšl Castle, Machu Picchu, and Old Rauma. We made 1 exception for the 1st “triple seven” that flew for KLM. That one is named after the founder of KLM: Albert Plesman.

Boeing 777-200 KLM

Seat map

Already have a booking? You can log in to My Trip to check your seat map. You can also arrange where you want to be seated.

Specifications

Aircraft facts

Wingspan60.90 m
Length63.80 m
Height18.50 m
Cruising speed900 km/h
Max. range13,080 km
Max. passengers320
Max. take-off weight297,500 kg