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Year 2015
Serial No. 37109
TTAF 16 hrs
Interior Optional
Exterior Matterhorn White
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Total Time Since New16:30 Hours
Total Landings Since New6 Landings
Manufacturing Date28 April 2015
Delivery Date30 April 2015
Serial Number37109
Line Number293
Variable NumberZB299
Home BaseBasel, Switzerland
CertificationCurrently FAA (EASA capable)


 Left EngineRight Engine
DescriptionGeneral Electric GEnx-1B74/75/B2
Serial Number(s)956518956520
Total Hours Since New16:30 Hours16:30 Hours
Total Cycles Since New6 Cycles6 Cycles


DescriptionHamilton APS-5000A
Serial NumberHSC-E1525347PL
APU Total Time Since New36 Hours
APU Total Cycles Since New63 Cycles

The Boeing 787-9 is equipped with an integrated avionics suite. A general summary of this aircraft’s avionics suite is as follows (Unit Descriptions in bold indicate optional/added equipment):


Type of UnitQuantityUnit Description
EFIS (Electronic Flight Instrument System) 
ESIS (Electronic Standby Instrument System)  
FMS (Flight Management System)  
GPS (Global Positioning System)SingleHoneywell
DCMF (Data Communication Management Function)Single
CDU (Control Display Unit) 
ADC (Air Data Computer) 
NAV (Navigation Radio) 
RMI (Radio Magnetic Indicator) 
DME (Distance Measuring Equipment)DualHoneywell
HUD (Head Up Display)Single
ADF (Automatic Direction Finder)
AFCS (Auto Flight Control System)
A/P (Autopilot)
SELCAL (Selective Calling System)Single
VHF COM (Very High Freq. Communication)TripleCollins
HF COM (High Freq. Communications)
SATCOM (Satellite Communications)SingleDual Channel Aero H+
RADARSingleCollins ISSPU
RADAR ALT (Radar Altimeter)
XPNDR (Transponder)
GPWS (Ground Proximity Warning System)SingleCollins TAWS
TCAS (Traffic Collision Avoidance System)Single
ELT (Emergency Locator Transmitter)Single
CVR (Cockpit Voice Recorder)
FDR (Flight Data Recorder)

Crew Rest: Forward location with Two (2) BedsCrew Rest: Forward location with Two (2) Beds

Jumpseat: Yes

Cargo Hold: Total volume 5,452 ft3/154.4 m3 Class C forward, aft, and bulk lower hold cargo compartments are provided. Cargo can be loaded into the forward and aft compartments in certified and non-certified airplane unit load devices (ULD), or containers and pallets). Loose baggage and other parcels can be loaded into the bulk compartment.The cargo handling system provides hardware for ULD guidance, restraint, conveyance and powered movement. The system accepts LD-3 (side-by-side), A-size (88- by 125-inch) and M-size (96- by 125-inch) pallets. It also accepts LD-1, LD-2, LD-3-46W/-46, LD-4, LD-5, LD-6, LD-7, LD-8, LD-9, LD-10 and LD-11 containers, and K-, L-, and N-size pallets. All containers and pallets are individually restrained.

Base Paint Color(s): Matterhorn White
Last Painted Date: Original


Boeing and GE offers comprehensive and fully transferable warranty generally outlined as follows:


Airframe & Systems90 months or 5,000 hoursEngines4,000 hours or 10 years


Max Takeoff Weight557,000 lbs | 252,650 kgMax Zero Fuel Weight400,000 lbs | 181,436 kg
Max Takeoff Weight557,000 lbs | 252,650 kgMin Flight244,000 lbs | 110,677 kg
Max Taxi Weight559,000 lbs | 253,558 kg


• Data link message exchanges with ground ACARS stations, using VHF (including VDL Mode 2 when suitable ground stations are available), HF, or SATCOM.
• Air traffic services (ATS) data link using the future air navigation system-1 (FANS-1) standards for controller-pilot data link communications (CPDLC), automatic dependent surveillance (ADS), and ATS facilities notification (AFN), with these functions integrated with the flight management system (FMS). The 787 ATS data link functionality is fully compatible with the global air traffic management (ATM) environment. The FANS-1 functionality is interoperable with oceanic data link systems.
• ATS data link using VDL Mode 2 and the ICAO aeronautical telecommunications network (ATN) baseline-1 standards for CPDLC, and context management, with these functions integrated with the FMS (allowing, for example, automatic loading of uplinked route clearances) and the FANS-1 function. This provides a single unified crew interface, allowing operators to have both FANS-1 and a standard and recommended practices (SARP) compliant ATN application on the same airplane with a single set of crew procedures. ATN coupled with the FANS-1 function, provides what is commonly termed FANS-2 capability.
• Flight information services (FIS) data link message exchanges, including departure clearances, oceanic clearances, and digital automatic terminal information service (D-ATIS)
• Data link message exchanges with ground ACARS stations, using VHF (including VDL Mode 2 when suitable ground stations are available), HF, or SATCOM.
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