Boeing 777-300ER

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The next installment of the exclusive CS collection of the 777 airframe/engine variants is a digital replica of the Boeing 777-300ER with GE90-115B engines.

The -300ER is the best-selling Boeing 777 variant, having surpassed the -200ER in orders in 2010 and deliveries in 2013.


  • Highly detailed and accurate model of the Boeing 777-300ER GE90-115B
  • High resolution textures
  • Cabin with 3D windows, interior and animated pilots

Also the following CS signature animations included:

  • Radome
  • Radar
  • Pilots windows (2)
  • Pilots show/hide
  • FWD access door
  • Pitot plugs (4)
  • E/P hatch
  • FWD outflow valve
  • E/E door
  • Entry doors (8)
  • Emergency doors (2)
  • Service access doors (2)
  • RAT service access
  • Engine cowlings (4)
  • Engine covers (4)
  • Ram air inlets (2)
  • Ram air outlets (2)
  • FWD cargo door
  • AFT cargo door
  • Bulk cargo door
  • AFT outflow valve
  • APU intake
  • APU cowling
  • AFT access door
  • Wheel chocks
  • Escape slides (8)


  • Captain Sim House
  • American Airlines N723AN (2024)
  • Air Canada C-FITU (2024)
  • Air France F-GSQL (2024)
  • Air New Zealand ZK-OKQ (2024)
  • British Airways G-STBN (2024)
  • Emirates A6-EGQ (2024)
  • Japan Airlines JA737J (2024)
  • KLM PH-BVO (2024)
  • Qatar A7-BAW (2024)
  • United Airlines N2250U (2024)


  • Detailed and accurate model of the 777 flight deck
  • Essential system functionality simulated
  • Some systems use default 747 (must be installed) to provide expandability with advanced systems simulation community mods
  • Working pilots' windows
  • Removable sunshades, paper charts, drink cups
  • Signature animations control EFB page
  • Realistic adjustable cockpit lighting
  • Complete passenger cabin
  • Custom views including wing views


  • Supports most features of MSFS2020 (rain/icing effects and more)
  • Supports a growing number of livery packs with numerous variants of optional equipment.

The 777 is an American wide-body, twin-engine, long-range commercial jet aircraft manufactured by Boeing. The airplane, which has a number of variants, is used primarily for passenger service and cargo hauling, with some fitted for business and governmental use.

The 777, often called the “triple seven,” first roared into the sky on June 12, 1994, from Paine Field, adjacent to where the 777 is manufactured, the Boeing Everett Factory in the state of Washington. The largest twinjet ever produced, it entered commercial service on June 7, 1995, a United Airlines transatlantic flight from London Heathrow Airport to Washington Dulles International Airport. To date, Boeing has delivered over 1,600 of the wide-bodies, and will continue producing them for many years to come in successive generations, notably the 777X family.

The Boeing 777 features a swept main wing with a span of 199 feet, 11 inches for its initial variants, and 212 feet, 7 inches for its long-range versions. It has a retractable tricycle landing gear, a fuselage-mounted empennage, and is powered by two wing-mounted high-bypass turbofan engines. The aircraft can operate up to 43,100 feet above sea level, cruise at 555 miles per hour, and has a maximum speed of 588 mph. It uses highly refined fly-by-wire flight controls and cutting edge avionics and flight diagnostic systems.

Stately in form from any outer perspective, and a marvel of aerospace function within, the 777 is one of the great engineering achievements of modern aviation. Pilots who launch into the heights in the 777 know it to be as responsive as it is strong, able to soar above any location on the planet, from pole to pole, with ease, and almost always with power to spare.


Exterior models CS signature animations added.