Boeing and GE marked the one-year anniversary of service entry of the 777-300ER. The first aircraft, leased to Air France by ILFC, entered service on May 10, 2004. A total of 17 777-300ERs are in service currently and their GE90-115B engines have completed more than 64,000 hr., 4,100 departures and 8,200 cycles with no unscheduled engine removals and no inflight shutdowns, GE said. Boeing noted the type has achieved a 99.2% average schedule reliability rate.

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