RESEARCH POTS !!! Aerological Boeing 777F ULTIMATE COCKPIT MOVIE LEJ [AirClips full flight series]



The first officer, Chris, is considered a great pilot project for his huge Boeing 777F, and actually it was AirClips who took him here! Don't believe it? It is true! Being a B737 pilot, he looked at the AirClips.com cockpit movies at Captain Rickard and his Lufthansa Cargo B777F team and Chris decided to fly – now see how good he succeeded!

AirClips.com was invited to take a look at the images of Aerologic & # 39; s German merchant shipping company, a subsidiary of Lufthansa Cargo and DHL.

It's the exclusive first full-length movie from Bangalore, India, to Leipzig, Germany, with a pilot-in-command F / O Chris and Captain Jo Lichtenberger – completely free and FULL HD as always!

AeroLogic is a German freight company located near Leipzig in Schkeuditz. It is a joint venture between DHL Express and Lufthansa Cargo, which regularly serves international and long-distance services from its hubs between Leipzig / Hall Airport and Frankfurt Airport. Managers are Wolfgang Raubgier and Joe Moser. The company founded DHL Express and Lufthansa Cargo on September 12, 2007. Flight operations began on June 29, 2009]After delivering its first aircraft on 12 May this year, Boeing 777 Freighter, making AeroLogic the first German company of its type. AeroLogic's activities are widely divided into two. From Monday to Friday, it goes mainly to Asia, serving the DHL Express network. On weekends, it mainly operates in the United States on behalf of Lufthansa Cargo.

Boeing 777 (Triple Seven) is a long-range two-engine jet powered by Boeing commercial aircraft. It is the world's largest twinjet with a typical seating capacity of 314-396 passengers, ranging from 5,240 to 8,555 nautical miles (9.704–15.844 km). Traditionally called "Triple Seven", characterized by large diameter turbovent blowers, long rack wings, six wheels on each major gearbox, a fully round body cross section,[6] and blade shaped tail cone. In cooperation with the eight major airlines, 777 were developed, replacing the older wide body aircraft and exceeding the power difference between Boeing 767 and 747. On Boeing's first route, there are computer-controlled controls. It was also the first commercial aircraft that was designed entirely by computer.
777 has been produced in two hull lengths since 2018. The original 777-200 variant entered the business service in 1995, followed by the extended range 777-200ER in 1997. Stretched 777-300, 33.25 feet (10.1 m) The original 777-200, extended ranges -200ER and -300 versions are equipped with General Electric GE90, Pratt & Whitney PW4000 or Rolls-Royce Trent 800 engines. Since then, they are collectively referred to as 777 classics. The extended range 777-300ER and ultra long range 777-200LR variants were used in 2004 and 2006, respectively, while 777F, the freight version, debuted in February 2009; these second generation variants are equipped with high power GE90 engines and expanded rack wings. The 777-200LR is one of the world's longest aircraft that can fly around the world and has a record of the longest-hauled commercial aircraft stopped. In November 2013, Boeing announced the third generation 777, 777X, consisting of 777-8 and 777-9 variants. The 777X has composite bolts and GE9X engines as well as complementary technologies developed for Boeing 787 and designed to be deployed by 2020.
In the 2000s, the Boeing 777-200 and -200 began the transhipment of passenger aircraft, known as the 777 BCF (Boeing Converted Freighter). The company has had discussions with several airlines including FedEx Express, UPS Airlines and GE Capital Aviation Services to launch the 777 BCF program. .