- Who is going to be the first company to own this aircraft
- how many seats are on this aircraft for first, business and economy class
the Boeing 777-300ERSF is a new aircraft that will soon be entering service as a freighter. The 777-300ERSF is a passenger-to-freighter conversion, with the first of its kind soon to enter service with Kalitta Air.
“Over the course of these past two years, we have invested thousands of hours coupled with engineering and logistical efforts, in order to reach this moment in accordance with the original schedule.” –Yossi Melamed, Executive VP of the Aviation Group at IAI
The very first 777-300ERSF coming out of IAI’s facilities already has more than 16 years of history to it. Indeed, the 777-300ER with MSN 32789 and Line Number 508 was first registered as A6-EBB and delivered to Emirates in 2005. This aircraft has eight seats in first class, 42 seats in business class and 310 seats in economy. Before this particular aircraft’s entry into service, however, it will work to achieve regulatory approval and certification from the Civil Aviation Authority of Israel (CAAI) and the Federal Aviation Administration.