Missing MH370: Dimensions of Boeing 777


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  • Thursday, 20 Mar 2014

Filepic of a Malaysian Airlines plane.

KUALA LUMPUR: Australia has said two objects up to 24m in size have been spotted by satellite in the southern Indian Ocean, providing a lead in the search for the missing Malaysian jetliner.

Following are the basic dimensions of the Boeing 777-200ER which was used on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, according to Boeing's website.

Wing span - 60.9m
Overall length - 63.7m
Tail height - 18.5m
Fuselage diameter - 6.19m

The length of each wing was not immediately available but the published data implies that each wing is about 27.4m long, after adjusting for the width of the fuselage. - Reuters

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