Since the 1960s, Boeing has become a dominant force in the civilian airliner market, thanks almost entirely to its widespread and versatile 7x7 range of aircraft. Despite a rough start and intense competition in the 1950s, Boeing stuck with their jet airliner designs, a decision that has paid off immensely. Boeing airliners are in service all over the world, with both civilian and military variants in use.
The 777 is a groundbreaking airliner introduced by Boeing in 1995 to serve as a long-range passenger carrier. It is currently the world's longest-range airliner and holds the world record for greatest distance flown by any airliner without need for refueling. The 777 is reproduced here in a high-quality, handcrafted model that is finished with the livery of Continiental Airlines, replicated to a precise detail that will make it welcome in any collection.