First delivered in 2004, the B77W is the most popular B777 variant flying today. Powered by the mighty GE 90-115 engines, this flagship aircraft is a highlight of our 20.2 update. Join us as we share our top 5 routes you can fly with this reworked aircraft!
The Top 5 Routes:
- Delhi to Vancouver
- Kuwait City to Lahore (Kuwait)
- New York to Taipei (Eva)
- Moscow to Vladivostok (Aeroflot)
- Paris to Libreville (Air France)
Delhi to Vancouver
As India’s largest airport, Delhi serves routes to all corners of the world. Its location within the Asian continent means long flights to North America, and our first suggestion is the mammoth flight from Delhi to Vancouver. Taking well over 15 hours, this flight takes in the scenery of the Himalayas and the Japanese coastline, arriving in Vancouver with the Canadian Rockies in full view.
This route is flown regularly by the Air India B77W. Our 20.2 update brings this much-requested livery to Infinite Flight, so jump in, strap up, and take the shiny new aircraft on its maiden voyage!
Kuwait City to Lahore
Alongside the Air India B77W, the Kuwait Airways livery is just one of the many new liveries added to the B777 family with 20.2. The modern livery was unveiled in 2016 and sports a stunning blue and white scheme, with the vertical fin and aft fuselage sections covered in a take on the airline's bird logo.
The flight takes 3.5 hours, crossing the Persian Gulf, heading over Dubai, and then turning North into Pakistani airspace. As you approach Lahore, Pakistan's third-largest airport, you’ll come to the end of the Thar Desert, with the scenery changing to a vibrant green!
New York to Taipei
A favorite of the Infinite Flight team, Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is home to Eva Air. The airport runs parallel to the Dongyanshan National Forest area, with a host of mountain peaks seen from the approach path.
This route, taking almost 16 hours, heads north from New York into Canadian airspace before tracking west alongside the northern border of the country. Look out for the many national parks and Arctic Wildlife Areas along the way!
Curious to learn more about Eva Air? Check out 5 facts about them below:
- The correct pronunciation of the airline is letter by letter, E-V-A Air
- A world’s first, in 1992 the airline introduced premium economy, roughly 25 years before major American carriers
- The airline is known for its famous Hello Kitty aircraft and partnerships
- The first aircraft in the Eva Air fleet was a B767-300ER
- As of January 2020, Eva Air is the third safest airline in the world
Moscow to Vladivostok
Domestic B77W routes are rare around the world, however, in Russia they are common. The massive size of the nation and domestic demand means B77Ws make the trip to and from Vladivostok frequently. While the train takes 8 days to make the journey, the flight takes just over 8 hours.
The entire length of this journey is within Russian airspace, with the final leg of the flight skirting to the east of Chinese airspace. Flown by the Aeroflot B77W, this route is a great alternative to a transatlantic flight!
Paris to Libreville
Fancy driving this route? Well, it’ll take you 109 hours. If that doesn’t sound fun, you can take the trip in the Air France B77W. On the way, you will take in the Alps, the Mediterranean Sea, and the entire expanse of the Sahara Desert. This is perhaps the most scenic route on our list, and recommend flying it during the day for the best views!
What are you waiting for?
We’ve shown you 5 amazing B77W routes you can fly today on Infinite Flight. We love these routes, and we would love to see you flying them on Infinite Flight! Head to your App Store or Google Play Store to download Infinite Flight, and we will see you in the skies!Disclaimer: A subscription to Infinite Flight Pro is needed to fly these routes