TC-JJY is one of 33 Boeing 777-300ER aircraft in the Turkish Airlines fleet, the largest airliner with the airline. This airplane was seen at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) in June, 2017. A relative youngster, TC-JJY has recently just turned two years old.
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TC-JJY Turkish Airlines Boeing 777-300ER Image Gallery
TC-JJY (Boeing 777-3F2ER) made its first flight on March 7, 2015 and was delivered to Turkish Airlines on March 30, 2015. The airliner is named Kinaliada by the Turkey based airline. One of 33 Boeing 777-300ER models in the airline’s fleet, the aircraft is configured for a total maximum of 349 passengers with 49 seats in business class and 300 more in economy class.
The first extended range (ER) Boeing 777-300 was introduced with Air France in 2004. this was nearly a decade after the initial Boeing 777 came into service with United Airlines in 1995. The airliner is 74 metres or 242 feet in length with a wingspan of 65 metres or 213 feet. At the tail, the Boeing 777-300ER stands 19 metres or 61 feet in height, just short of the tail height of a Boeing 747-400.
Turkish Airlines, or THY Turk Hava Yollari, was founded in May 20, 1933 and is the national carrier of Turkey. The airline is headquartered at Istanbul Ataturk Airport (IST). A member of the Star Alliance of airlines, Turkish Airlines joined the alliance on April 1, 2008 and it was not an April Fool’s joke.
The fleet of 338 aircraft fly to 296 destinations in 119 countries around the world. The largest passenger plane in the fleet is the Boeing 777-300ER and the airline currently has 33 of this model in service.