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   Airline

Emirates SkyCargo

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Model

Boeing B77W

Build / Age

2017 / 4 years

Passengers

max. 550

Crew

2

Aircraft Boeing B77W is registered in United Arab Emirates with tail number A6-EQC. It is operated by Emirates SkyCargo and its age is 4 years (built in 2017). The aircraft weight is 159570 kg and it has 2 engines Jet with power of 400,3 kN kN each. The length of the plane is 73.8 m. The height of the plane is 18.51 m. The wing span is 60.93 m.

Technical Specifications of aircraft A6-EQC ( Boeing B77W )

Length

73.8 m

Height

18.51 m

Wing Span

60.93 m

Speed

950 km/h

Ceiling

13137 m

Range

11140 km

Engine number
2 x Jet
Engine model
Rolls-Royce Trent 892
Engine power
400,3 kN
Weight (empty)
159570 kg
Weight (takeoff)
299370 kg
Weight (landing)
237680 kg
RollOut
-
Registered
-
First Flight
-

Last 10 Flights of aircraft A6-EQC (Boeing B77W)

Date Flight Departure Airport Arrival Airport Scheduled Estimated
Departure Arrival Departure Arrival
17 Apr Dubai Intl () San Francisco Intl () 09:10 +04 14:00 PDT 11:49 +04 01:11 PDT
16 Apr Incheon Intl () Dubai Intl () 23:55 KST 04:25 +04 23:54 KST 01:38 +04
14 Apr Melbourne Intl () Dubai Intl () 21:15 AEST 05:15 +04 21:25 AEST 02:38 +04
13 Apr Dubai Intl () Melbourne Intl () 02:40 +04 21:50 AEST 13:22 +04 21:02 AEST
11 Apr Chicago Ohare Intl () Dubai Intl () 20:45 CDT 19:10 +04 20:46 CDT 17:36 +04
10 Apr Frankfurt Main () Dubai Intl () 22:20 CEST 06:40 +04 22:16 CEST 02:56 +04
10 Apr Dubai Intl () Frankfurt Main () 14:40 +04 19:25 CEST 18:12 +04 19:11 CEST
09 Apr Incheon Intl () Dubai Intl () 23:55 KST 04:25 +04 00:03 KST 01:58 +04
07 Apr Los Angeles Intl () Dubai Intl () 16:40 PDT 19:30 +04 16:58 PDT 16:12 +04
07 Apr Dubai Intl () Los Angeles Intl () 08:55 +04 14:15 PDT 13:07 +04 14:27 PDT
Disclaimer for aircraft A6-EQC data
A6-EQC (Boeing B77W) current position is received via ADS-B. Technical specifications, dimensions, weights and dates are derived from PlaneMapper database. The data is for informational purposes only and PlaneMapper is not responsible for the accuracy and reliability of aircraft A6-EQC data.