First 777 to be Exhibited at Prima Air and Space Museum
8 monthes ago - By Global Traveler
The first Boeing 777 is getting donated to the Pima Air & Space Museum, courtesy of Cathay Pacific Airways and Boeing.
The world's first 777-200 flew from Hong Kong to Tucson, Arizona, Sept. 18, where it is displayed with more than 350 other historic aircraft. According to Cathay Pacific, the jet entered service June 12, 1994. It joined Cathay Pacific's fleet in 2000, used until its retirement in May.
“As the world's very first 777, B-HNL holds a very special place in the history of both our airline and that of commercial aviation, and we are very pleased it will soon bring enjoyment to...
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