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    Have you caught every regular 777 that frequents JFK?

    If you asked me what my favorite commercial aircraft was, I would say the 777. I think it wins in both the look and the reliability category.

    I Just thought I would create a fun little thread to see if you can name or remember for that matter, every regularly scheduled 777 (Current) operator at KJFK. You can also use this as a checklist, checking off each one you have caught! (Excluding charters like Euro Atlantic, Omni Air)
    Feel free to add any that I have missed!

    Heres what I have:

    777-200/200ER:
    Alitalia
    KLM
    Air France
    Delta
    El Al
    American
    Kuwait
    British
    Austrian
    Asiana
    Saudi Arabian
    Transaero

    777-200LR:
    Pakistan International

    777F:
    TNT
    Air China Cargo
    Lufthansa Cargo
    Korean Air Cargo
    Air France Cargo (Occasionally)


    777-300/300ER:
    PIA (Occasionally) -Thanks Eric.
    Transerao (300 non ER)
    Jet Airways (Etihad)
    Etihad
    Emirates
    KLM
    American
    Air France
    Air China
    Japan Airlines
    ANA
    Qatar
    Saudi Arabian
    British
    Egypt Air
    Cathay Pacific
    Turkish
    Aeroflot
    Eva Air
    Air France
    Air India
    China Southern
    China Eastern
    TAM

    Woah- That's a lot of 777 operators!
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    The better question is which airlines have 777s, but don't bring them to JFK?


    I have United, Korean, Aeromexico, Singapore, and Fedex. Any others?

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    I have a few, but nothing like your list!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mateo View Post
    The better question is which airlines have 777s, but don't bring them to JFK?


    I have United, Korean, Aeromexico, Singapore, and Fedex. Any others?
    but Korean, Singapore, United and Aeromexico all did at some point.
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    Well played, Jason.
    I've got every one except the LH Cargo and the KE Cargo, but I've only seen AF Cargo at ORD and I've only seen Eva at LAX and EWR.


    I've only seen the Transaero 773 once, and I haven't seen a Pakistan 773 since 2008.

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    It's rare but FedEx has brought in a 777. I believe one came in last month, and I know I have a shot of a FedEx 777 that was parked by Evergreen a couple of years ago.
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    Well played Jason, well played. The only reason I opted not to include Korean was because they mostly fly 2X A380 daily.
    Nick, Glad to see your interest in the topic ;)
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    I didn't think I had the LH Cargo 77F, so I'm happy you had me dig to find it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eric8669 View Post
    but Korean, Singapore, United and Aeromexico all did at some point.
    Korean, we've been through. I have a couple of Singapores at JFK in late 2012/early 2013, which I vaguely remember. Was that a brief interregnum between retiring the 744s and starting the 380? Was Aeromexico ever scheduled, or were those just ad-hoc subs? There's only 4 in the fleet, and they're pretty tightly scheduled. I don't remember United at all, but lo and behold, I have a single sighting at JFK in 2006. Was that a Tokyo flight? Heathrow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mateo View Post
    Korean, we've been through. I have a couple of Singapores at JFK in late 2012/early 2013, which I vaguely remember. Was that a brief interregnum between retiring the 744s and starting the 380? Was Aeromexico ever scheduled, or were those just ad-hoc subs? There's only 4 in the fleet, and they're pretty tightly scheduled. I don't remember United at all, but lo and behold, I have a single sighting at JFK in 2006. Was that a Tokyo flight? Heathrow?
    You know you've been spotting a long time when you actually have to check if you've caught something! :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mateo View Post
    Korean, we've been through. I have a couple of Singapores at JFK in late 2012/early 2013, which I vaguely remember.
    Yep! There was a while where the JFK flight was a 77W. Didn't last long, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mateo View Post
    Korean, we've been through. I have a couple of Singapores at JFK in late 2012/early 2013, which I vaguely remember. Was that a brief interregnum between retiring the 744s and starting the 380? Was Aeromexico ever scheduled, or were those just ad-hoc subs? There's only 4 in the fleet, and they're pretty tightly scheduled. I don't remember United at all, but lo and behold, I have a single sighting at JFK in 2006. Was that a Tokyo flight? Heathrow?
    I've been spotting too long when other spotters don't remember United 777's at JFK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eric8669 View Post
    I've been spotting too long when other spotters don't remember United 777's at JFK.
    I was living in DC at the time, so UA 777s were nothing but background noise to me!

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