Boeing delivers 777-300ER

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From left, Xiang Weiming, vice president and general manager of GE aviation, Zhang Zifang, chief operating officer of China Southern, Ihssane Mounir, vice president of sales for Northeast Asia, Commercial Airplanes, and Dong Suguang, executive vice president of China Southern cut the ribbon at the 777-300ER delivery. (Photo by Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren)

China Southern Airlines took delivery of its first of 10 777-300ER jetliners in a celebration and ribbon-cutting at Everett on Feb. 25. The airline said it plans to use its first 777-300ER to add a route from Guangzhou to the U.S. East Coast.

The airline’s new 777-300ER is set up with four seating classes: four first class seats, 34 business class seats, 44 premium-economy seats, and 227 economy seats, for a total of 309 seats. (end)

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