The world’s first 777 jetliner took its maiden flight in 1994—and flew for the last time almost a quarter of a century later.
The iconic 777-200 prototype, call sign B-HNL, flew from Cathay Pacific’s home airport in Hong Kong to Tucson, Arizona on September 18. It will take its place alongside 350 other legendary aircraft in the Pima Air and Space Museum in Arizona—and in the history books. The airplane logged 20,519 flights for Cathay Pacific, spending 49,687 hours in t…
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