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October 2, 2014

Subject:

Boeings ETOPS Quarterly Report for Second quarter 2014

This report (temporarily abbreviated during Boeings transition to a new reporting system) is to satisfy FAA
regulation 14 CFR 21.4(b). When the new system is complete, it will provide detailed ETOPS information,
but this report only has:

Boeing Family chart showing seats and ranges of various models (page 3)
World fleet engine In-Flight ShutDown (IFSD) rates (3 charts, pages 4 - 6)
Five charts of historical scheduled operations by airplane models in various areas (pages 7 11)
Historical chart of North Polar flights per month by model (page 12)
Boeing world fleet Schedule Reliabilities (page 13)
787 ETOPS Operational Approvals (page 14)
787-8 ETOPS Fleet Data (pages 15, 16)
Details of ETOPS IFSDs in the current quarter (page 17)

Other ETOPS information associated with ETOPS flights, ETOPS operators, ETOPS airplanes, and events
that occurred on ETOPS flights will be available in the new system probably starting late 2014.
In the meantime, if you need specific information beyond what is available in this abbreviated report, please
contact Daryl Heinzerling below.

Daryl Heinzerling
Boeing ETOPS Statistics Focal
BCA Airplane Safety Engineering
daryl.w.heinzerling@boeing.com
Phone: (425) 237-2125

Alan Benaltabe
ETOPS Statistics
BCA Airplane Safety Engineering
alan.i.benaltabe@boeing.com
Phone: (425) 237-2126

Todd Dunham
Manager
BCA Airplane Safety Engineering
todd.e.dunham@boeing.com
Phone: (425) 965-7333

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ETOPS - Extended Operations

Boeing
Commercial
Airplanes
June 2014
ETOPS Cover.1
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World Fleet IFSD Rate of Boeing Twins


12-Month Average as of June 2014
0.03

Cruise
Total
0.01
Total only (no cruise data)

0.02

0.033
One IFSD*

0.03

0.02

0.02 for 180/207-minute ETOPS

World fleet
targets for
maintaining
ETOPS Type
Design
Approvals

0.02

One IFSD*

0.01
0.01 for Beyond 180-minute ETOPS

787

777

767

757

737

* High IFSD rate is insignificant - due to only one or two IFSDs in the period and few flight hours.
4

BR715

IAE V2500-D5

JT8D-200

CFM56-7

RB211-535E4

RB211-535C

PW2000

CF6-80C2 P

CF6-80C2 F

CF6-80A

JT9D-7R4

RB211-524H

PW4000

PW4000

TRENT 800

GE90-115B

GE90

GEnx-1B

0.00

CFM56-3

0.00

TRENT 1000

IFSD
Rate
~
IFSDs
per
1,000
Engine
Hours

MD-80/90 717

Worldwide Engine Inflight ShutDowns (IFSD) per 1,000 Engine Hours

0.00

5
0.00

Aug-14

Jul-14

Jun-14

May-14

Apr-14

CFM56-7

Mar-14

Jan-14

Jan-14

Jul-14
Aug-14
Aug-14

May-14

Apr-14

Mar-14

Feb-14

Jun-14

0.01

Jul-14

RB211-524H
CF6-80C2 FADEC
CF6-80C2 PMC
PW4000
JT9D-7R4
CF6-80A

Jun-14

May-14

Apr-14

Mar-14

Feb-14

Dec-13

Nov-13

Oct-13

Sep-13

Aug-13

Jul-13

Jun-13

May-13

Apr-13

Mar-13

Feb-13

Jan-13

Dec-12

787

Feb-14

Jan-14

0.02

Dec-13

Nov-13

Oct-13

Sep-13

Aug-13

Jul-13

767

Dec-13

Nov-13

Oct-13

Sep-13

Aug-13

0.03

Jul-13

Jun-13

0.03

Jun-13

May-13

Apr-13

Mar-13

Feb-13

Oct-12
Nov-12

0.03

May-13

Apr-13

0.01

Mar-13

0.02

Feb-13

737NG
0.00

Jan-13

0.01

Sep-12

Boeing ETOPS Twin Airplane IFSD Rates

Jan-13

0.02

Dec-12

0.00

Dec-12

0.00

Nov-12

0.01

Oct-12

RB211-535C
RB211-535E4
PW2000

Sep-12

0.01

Sep-12
Oct-12
Nov-12
Dec-12
Jan-13
Feb-13
Mar-13
Apr-13
May-13
Jun-13
Jul-13
Aug-13
Sep-13
Oct-13
Nov-13
Dec-13
Jan-14
Feb-14
Mar-14
Apr-14
May-14
Jun-14
Jul-14
Aug-14

0.02

Nov-12

0.03

757

GE-90
Trent 800
GE-90-Growth
PW4000

Oct-12

0.00

777

Sep-12

0.03

Sep-12
Oct-12
Nov-12
Dec-12
Jan-13
Feb-13
Mar-13
Apr-13
May-13
Jun-13
Jul-13
Aug-13
Sep-13
Oct-13
Nov-13
Dec-13
Jan-14
Feb-14
Mar-14
Apr-14
May-14
Jun-14
Jul-14
Aug-14

0.03

Sep-12
Oct-12
Nov-12
Dec-12
Jan-13
Feb-13
Mar-13
Apr-13
May-13
Jun-13
Jul-13
Aug-13
Sep-13
Oct-13
Nov-13
Dec-13
Jan-14
Feb-14
Mar-14
Apr-14
May-14
Jun-14
Jul-14
Aug-14

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(12-month Rolling Averages)


TRENT 1000
GENX-1B

0.02

717
BR715

0.02

0.01

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Second Quarter 2014 Update on In Flight Shut Down (IFSD) Statistics

Airplane Engine

787

777

767

757
737
MD-80
MD-90
717
MD11
747
747-8

Cum.
Hours

Last
12 Month Rolling
Cum.
Last 12 Month
Average Rates*
Cum.
Cruise Total
12 Month Cruise
Last
IFSDs
IFSDs
Cum. 12 Month IFSDs
IFSDs
Cruise Cruise
Total All/Hard Rate*
Hours
(Total) All/Hard Total
All Hard

TRENT1000/787
349,455
0
0/0
0.000
GEnx-1B
572,408
1
0/0
0.002
GE90/777
19,268,884
61 29 / 22 0.003
GE90-115B
24,878,119
36 22 / 21 0.001
TRENT 800/777
23,847,113
98 36 / 31 0.004
PW4000/777
16,615,775
85 31 / 29 0.005
PW4000/767
31,714,649
251 105 / 87 0.008
RB211-524H/767
3,944,298
19
0.005
6/6
JT9D-7R4/767
12,512,500
350 135 / 68 0.028
CF6-80A/767
17,305,270
204 65 / 45 0.012
CF6-80C2 FADEC/767 39,989,412
173 78 / 63 0.004
CF6-80C2 PMC/767
25,934,396
128 51 / 40 0.005
PW2000/757
52,015,134
744 310 / 246 0.014
RB211-535C/757
3,849,147
73 27 / 15 0.019
RB211-535E4/757
62,700,683
598 224 / 172 0.010
CFM56-3/737
211,036,014 1,132 459 / 320 0.005
CFM56-7/737 NG
218,619,345
592 229 / 194 0.003
JT8D-200
123,057,641 1,632
0.013
Data
IAE V2500-D5
7,982,773
73 unavail0.009
able
BR715
9,382,868
95
0.010
CF6-80C2/MD11
24,408,646
166 77 / 58 0.007
PW4000/MD11
14,545,700
112 52 / 43 0.008
PW4000/747
63,479,476
528 266 / 218 0.008
RB211-524G/H/HT/747 42,546,490
420 194 / 173 0.010
CF6-80C2/747
91,630,533
592 311 / 238 0.006
GEnx-2B/747-8
1,651,352
6
5/2
0.004

287,569
511,925
1,487,620
5,699,221
1,775,282
1,145,774
1,205,406
151,077
29,870
284,346
2,491,142
997,808
1,728,460
60,735
2,208,890
4,099,397
28,874,449
2,085,331
373,579
623,156
733,492
426,558
2,025,760
1,391,918
3,847,174
961,234

Quarterly tw in fleet average inflight shutdow n rate = 0.003

0
1
4
4
3
9
8
0
1
3
4
4
15
1
18
14
59
18
2
3
8
2
9
2
20
3

0/0
0/0
3/3
2/2
1/1
3/3
4/4
0/0
0/0
0/0
1/1
2/2
8/8
0/0
5/5
3/2
28 / 25
Data
unavailable

2/2
0/0
3/2
1/1
11 / 10
2/1

0.000
0.002
0.003
0.001
0.002
0.008
0.007
0.000
0.033
0.011
0.002
0.004
0.009
0.016
0.008
0.003
0.002
0.009
0.005
0.005
0.011
0.005
0.004
0.001
0.005
0.003

0.000
0.000
0.002
0.000
0.001
0.003
0.003
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.002
0.005
0.000
0.002
0.001
0.001

0.000
0.000
0.002
0.000
0.001
0.003
0.003
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.002
0.005
0.000
0.002
0.000
0.001

Data
unavailable

0.003
0.000
0.001
0.001
0.003
0.002

0.003
0.000
0.001
0.001
0.003
0.001

Revised 2 October 2014

* Rates per 1,000 engine flight hours. (On this table, MD-90 data begins w ith 2009, MD-11 data begins w ith 1999.)
A "hard" shutdow n is unable to safely restart & operate to maximum continuous thrust for an extended period of time.
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US Airlines Have Chosen Twins For North Atlantic Routes


U.S. Airlines - North Atlantic Scheduled Flights from OAG - August of each year

1400
Twins
(757, 767, 777,
787, A300,
A310, A330)

1200

1000

U.S. to
Europe
~ weekly
non-stop 800
flights,
one way

600

400
Three- and four-engine airplanes
(707, DC-8, 747, A340, A380,
L1011, MD-11, DC-10
and Concorde)

1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014

200

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ETOPS and Twins - the Best Choice For the North Atlantic
U.S. and European Airlines - North Atlantic Scheduled Flights from OAG - August of each year
2500
Twins
(737, 757, 767, 777,
787, A300, A310,
A320, A330)

2000

U.S. to
Europe
~ weekly 1500
nonstop
flights,
one way
1000

500

1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014

Three- and four-engine


widebody airplanes
(L1011, DC-10, MD-11,
747, A340, A380)

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Boeing Twins and ETOPS Changed the North Atlantic


U.S. Airlines - North Atlantic Scheduled Flights from OAG - August of each year
1400

1200

Boeing Twins
757, 767, 777
and 787

1000
U.S. to
Europe
~ weekly
800
non-stop
flights,
one way
600

400

All Quads
707, DC-8, 747,
Concorde, A340
and A380

All Tri's
L1011, DC-10,
and MD-11

Airbus Twins
A300, A310,
and A330

1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014

200

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The 777 Now Dominates North Pacific and Polar Flights


North Pacific and Polar Flights from OAG - August of each year
700
The 777 flies more North Pacific
and Polar flights than all other
models combined.

600

777

500

U.S.
(including
Hawaii)
and Canada 400
to Asia
~ weekly
non-stop
300
flights,
one way
747
200

L1011, DC-10 and MD-11

767
A330

100

787
A380

2014

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2000

1999

1998

1997

1996

1995

1994

1993

1992

2001
10

2013

A340

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Twins Dominate Trans-Pacific Flights


1992 - 2014
1800

Twins now fly more Trans Pacific flights


than tri's and quads combined ever did.

Twins

1600

1400

1200

One-way
passenger1000
flights
per week 800
600

Quads and
Tri's

400

200

0
1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
From August Official Airline Guide (OAG) each year. Non-stop passenger flights from America (North, Central or South, but excluding Alaska)
to Hawaii or Asia or Australia/New Zealand; and from Hawaii to Asia or Australia/New Zealand.
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North Polar route usage is an example of how


the 777 twin is using it's economic advantage with ETOPS
January 2007 - June 2014 (12-month rolling average smooths seasonal changes)

900

Flights per month (12-month rolling average)

800

700

600

500

400

The combination of demand and aircraft capability lead to the establishment of Polar Routes in 2001.
777
Polar routes are defined by the FAA in 14 CFR, 121.7 Definitions, North Polar Area means the
entire area north of 78 N latitude... South Polar Area means the entire area South of
60 S latitude. North Polar flights consist almost entirely of routes between North America
and the Far East (shown on this graph). Operators of all airplanes flying in the Polar areas
must receive specific approval for those operations. 180-minute ETOPS is normally
sufficient in the North Polar area, but longer ETOPS times (up to 240-minutes)
can be used when necessary for specific flights after such approval has
been granted. Since airplanes with more than two engines can fly up
South Polar operations require beyond 180-minute
to 180-minutes from airports without ETOPS, they can fly North
ETOPS operational approval for all FAA operators and
Polar routes without ETOPS, but they still need North
models. New, longer ETOPS approval times, allowing
Polar operational approval. And they need
up to 330-minutes from airports, will permit the 777,
ETOPS operational approval if they want
787, and 747-8 to make full use of this market.
to go beyond 180-minutes.

300

200

747

100

A340

A380
787

0
2007

2008

2009

2010
12

2011

2012

2013

2014

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Fleet Schedule Reliability and IFSD Rate


For the 12 months ending June 30, 2014
Model
Family

Series

Engines

737

-300,-400,-500 CFM56-3
-600,-700,-800,
CFM56-7
-900, -900ER

747

-8
-8F

GEnx-2B
GEnx-2B

757

-200, -300
-200
-200,-300

FlightHours

Landings

Revenue
Departures

Cancel- DiverAir
Schedule IFSD
Delays lations sions Turnbacks Reliability rate

580 1,128,021

819,514

813,801

4,099

412

46

119

99.4%

0.003

3,258 11,102,970

5,626,976

5,601,982

17,192

1,024

175

341

99.7%

0.002

14
48

47,921
192,608

5,217
34,013

5,220
33,578

45
354

1
0

0
0

0
6

99.1%
98.9%

0.001

PW2037, PW2040
RB211-535C
RB211-535E4

317
1
420

723,778
1,710
976,704

255,248
1,550
313,116

251,481
1,547
311,108

2,856
8
2,878

111
0
208

30
0
12

42
0
57

98.8%
99.5%
99.0%

0.009
0.016
0.008

53
107,154
11
15,550
126
499,859
21
68,691
383 1,328,538
37
149,141

36,161
12,258
78,304
18,197
357,360
19,592

36,146
12,278
77,842
18,230
354,051
19,593

316
36
1,211
199
2,617
355

33
0
77
2
225
18

4
0
14
0
21
7

19
4
48
1
51
6

99.0%
99.7%
98.3%
98.9%
99.2%
98.0%

0.011
0.033
0.007
0.000

-200,-300
-400ER

CF6-80A,A2
JT9D-7R4D,E
PW4000
RB211-524H,-T
CF6-80C2
CF6-80C2

-200, -200ER
-200
-200ER, -300
-200, -200ER
-300
-200F
-200LR
-300ER

GE90-90, 92, 94
PW4074, 77, 84, 90
PW4090, 98
TRENT-884, 90, 92, 95
TRENT-884, 92
GE90-110B, -115B
GE90-110B, -115B
GE90-115B

100
674,225
53
150,801
96
391,446
174
726,569
42
149,993
73
348,619
27
212,231
318 2,011,098

99,147
70,214
77,174
117,984
42,164
54,922
25,626
265,529

98,975
69,251
77,000
116,663
41,897
54,685
25,664
264,884

764
283
434
969
203
196
158
1,279

28
35
37
34
3
3
2
19

4
0
4
1
0
1
2
1

14
5
11
11
1
2
1
12

99.2%
99.5%
99.4%
99.1%
99.5%
99.6%
99.4%
99.5%

-200,-300

767

777

Fleet
Size*

GEnx-1B
46
219,336
38,362
32,098
446
6
2
9
98.6%
Trent1000
56
142,745
37,523
36,068
359
11
0
5
99.0%
787
GEnx-1B
-9
Trent1000
* Fleet Size for Schedule Reliability data is the number of airplanes who's data is fully reported in the last month of the reporting period. It is usually not
the entire fleet. But IFSD rates are based on the entire world fleet; all in-service IFSDs are divided by thousands of engine hours on all airplanes.
Note: No part of this table is limited to ETOPS airplanes, operators or flights.
-8

13

0.002
0.003
0.008
0.002
0.001
0.002
-

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787 ETOPS Operational Approvals


As of September 30, 2014
ACN

Airline
Air Canada

AIN Air India


AMX Aeromexico
ANA All Nippon Airways
ANZ
BAB
BRI
ETH
GUN

Air New Zealand


British Airways
Thomson Airways
Ethiopian Airlines
China Southern

HNA
HXL
JAL
JQS
KEN
LAN
LOT
NLH
QTR
RBA
RJA
TII
TLB
UAL

Hainan Airlines
Arkefly
Japan Airlines
Jetstar
Kenya Airways
LAN Airlines
LOT Polish Airlines
Norwegian Long Haul
Qatar Airways
Royal Brunei Airlines
Royal Jordanian Airlines
Thai Airways Int'l
Jetairfly
United Airlines

Month of first First Revenue


delivery
Departures
Model/Engine
787-8 / GEnx
May-14
May-14
787-8 / GEnx
787-8 / GEnx
787-8 / Trent
787-9 / Trent
787-9 / Trent
787-8 / Trent
787-8 / GEnx
787-8 / GEnx
787-8 / GEnx

Sep-12
Aug-13
Sep-11
Jul-14
Jul-14
Jun-13
Jun-13
Aug-12
May-13

Sep-12
Sep-13
Oct-11
Jul-14
Aug-14
Aug-13
Jun-13
Aug-12
Jun-13

787-8 / GEnx
787-8 / GEnx
787-8 / GEnx
787-8 / GEnx
787-8 / GEnx
787-8 / Trent
787-8 / Trent
787-8 / Trent
787-8 / GEnx
787-8 / Trent
787-8 / GEnx
787-8 / Trent
787-8 / GEnx
787-8 / GEnx
787-9 / GEnx

Jul-13
Jun-14
Mar-12
Sep-13
Mar-14
Aug-12
Nov-12
Jun-13
Oct-12
Oct-13
Aug-14
Jul-14
Dec-13
Sep-12
Sep-14

Jul-13
Jun-14
Apr-12
Oct-13
Jun-14
Oct-12
Dec-12
Jul-13
Nov-12
Oct-13
Sep-14
Jul-14
Dec-13
Nov-12
Sep-14

ETOPS
Approval
May-14
Jun-14
Sep-12
Oct-13
Oct-11
Jul-14
Jul-14
Sep-13
Jun-13
Aug-12
Sep-13
Dec-13
Nov-13
Jun-14
Mar-12
Oct-13
Mar-14
Aug-12
Dec-12
Jul-13
Nov-12
Oct-13
Aug-14
Aug-14
Dec-13
Dec-12
Sep-14

Months
Experience*
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
3
4
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0

* "Months Experience" is generally the time from EIS (Entry Into Service - month of first revenue operations)
to ETOPS operational approval. With the Accelerated ETOPS process, approvals often come prior to EIS.
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ETOPS
Minutes
120
180
90
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
120
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
120
180
180
180
180

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787/Trent 1000 ETOPS Fleet Data


787 ETOPS Type Design Approvals
Regulator
FAA
EASA
FAA
EASA
FAA
EASA

Airplane/engine
787-8/Trent 1000
787-8/Trent 1000
787-8/Trent 1000
787-8/Trent 1000
787-9/Trent 1000
787-9/Trent 1000

Approval minutes
180-minutes
180-minutes
Greater than 180-minutes*
Greater than 180-minutes*
Greater than 180-minutes*
Greater than 180-minutes*

Approval Date
August 21, 2011
August 21, 2011
May 27, 2014
May 27, 2014
June 16, 2014
June 16, 2014

ETOPS Operational Data ~ As of June 30, 2014


Commercial Operators
ANA All Nippon Airways
ANZ Air New Zealand
BAB British Airways
LAN LAN Airlines
LOT LOT Polish Airlines
NLH Norwegian Long Haul
RBA Royal Brunei Airlines
TII Thai Airways Int'l

Initial Fleet Operational Approvals


Flight Cycles
Flight Hours
Country Delivery size
Minutes
Month
Month Cumulative Month
Cumulative
Japan
Sep-11
28
180
Oct-11
301
3,785
3,094
39,032
First 787-9 delivery. Starting ETOPS Aug. 2014
New Zealand Jul-14
0
180
Jul-14
U.K.
Jun-13
6
180
Sep-13
301
1,649
2,022
10,928
Chile
Aug-12
6
180
Aug-12
60
722
758
8,219
Poland
Nov-12
6
180
Dec-12
249
2,113
2,053
17,594
Norway
Jun-13
7
180
Jul-13
202
1,050
1,766
8,863
Brunei
Oct-13
4
180
Oct-13
187
974
1,293
6,908
Starting ETOPS Aug. 2014
Thailand
Jul-14
0
180
Aug-14
Totals:
57
1,300
10,293
10,986
91,544
Cumulative average 787/Trent ETOPS flight length = 8.9 Hrs

* Greater than 180-minute ETOPS Type Design Approval means that operators can apply for 240-minute operational approval, and
eventually beyond 240-minute operational approval. With this in place on a properly configured 787, operators can fly up to 330minutes from alternate airports, based on the 345-minute system time limit of the 787. See details in the Configuration, Maintenance and
Procedures document (CMP) and Boeing ETOPS Guide, Volume I.

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787/GEnx-1B ETOPS Fleet Data


787 ETOPS Type Design Approvals
Airplane/engine
787-8/GEnx-1B
787-8/GEnx-1B
787-8/GEnx-1B
787-8/GEnx-1B
787-9/GEnx-1B
787-9/GEnx-1B

Regulator
FAA
EASA
FAA
EASA
FAA
EASA

Approval minutes
180-minutes
180-minutes
Greater than 180-minutes*
Greater than 180-minutes*
Greater than 180-minutes*
Greater than 180-minutes*

Approval Date
March 14, 2012
March 14, 2012
May 27, 2014
May 27, 2014
August 20, 2014
August 20, 2014

ETOPS Operational Data ~ As of June 30, 2014


Commercial Operators
ACN Air Canada
AIN Air India
AMX Aeromexico
BRI Thomson Airways
ETH Ethiopian Airlines
GUN China Southern
HNA Hainan Airlines
HXL Arkefly
JAL Japan Airlines
JQS Jetstar
KEN Kenya Airways
QTR Qatar Airways
RJA Royal Jordanian
TLB JetAirFly
UAL United Airlines

Initial Fleet Operational Approvals


Flight Cycles
Flight Hours
Delivery
size
Country
Minutes
Month
Month
Cumulative Month
Cumulative
Canada May-14
2
180
Jun-14
46
57
351
434
India
Sep-12
15
90
Sep-12
347
3,419
2,876
29,200
Mexico Aug-13
5
180
Oct-14
155
814
1,692
9,175
U.K.
May-13
5
180
Jun-13
210
1,942
1,961
18,095
Ethiopia Aug-12
8
180
Aug-12
33
1,477
137
10,106
China
May-13
10
180
Sep-13
189
1,335
2,119
15,046
China
Jul-13
8
180
Nov-13
138
581
1,662
6,909
Holland
Jun-14
1
180
Jun-14
18
18
165
165
Japan
Mar-12
15
180
Mar-12
488
7,635
5,753
68,858
Australia Sep-13
5
180
Oct-13
219
929
1,392
5,742
Kenya
Mar-14
2
180
Mar-14
38
38
305
305
Qatar
Oct-12
13
180
Nov-12
14
38
103
277
ETOPS approval at delivery, but not in service yet.
Jordan Aug-14
0
120
Aug-14
Belgium Dec-13
1
180
Dec-13
52
262
460
1,882
USA
Sep-12
11
180
Dec-12
314
3,032
3,415
32,641
Totals:

101

2,261
21,577
22,391
198,835
Cumulative average 787/GEnx-1B ETOPS flight length = 9.2 Hrs

* Greater than 180-minute ETOPS Type Design Approval means that operators can apply for 240-minute operational approval, and
eventually beyond 240-minute operational approval. With this in place on a properly configured 787, operators can fly up to 330minutes from alternate airports, based on the 345-minute system time limit of the 787. See details in the Configuration, Maintenance and
Procedures document (CMP) and Boeing ETOPS Guide, Volume I.
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ETOPS Engine In-Flight ShutDowns (IFSDs) in the 2nd quarter of 2014


Model
Family

Series

Engines

Date

None

737

-300,-400,-500 CFM56-3
-600,-700,-800,
CFM56-7
-900, -900ER

747

-8
-8F

GEnx-2B
GEnx-2B

None
None

757

-200, -300
-200
-200,-300

PW2037, PW2040
RB211-535C
RB211-535E4

None
None
02-Apr-14

CF6-80A,A2
JT9D-7R4D,E

Description

EOFT*

None

Oil quantity loss from bearing oil return line. Repaired line.

ATB

Unk

06-May-14
None

Climb

Power reduction, then IFSD in climb due to bypass valve message on EICAS.

ATB

15

01-May-14

Cruise

-400ER

RB211-524H,-T
CF6-80C2
CF6-80C2

22-May-14
None
None
None

-200, -200ER
-200

GE90-90, 92, 94
PW4074, 77, 84, 90

-200ER, -300

PW4090, 98

-200, -200ER
-300
-200F
-200LR
-300ER

-200,-300

DIV

43

Cruise

Apparently High Pressure Turbine failure in cruise. High EGT (658C) and vibration (2.6
units). Engine replaced.
Loss of oil pressure and rising oil temperature in cruise.

DIV

90

27-Apr-14
None

Cruise

One low pressure turbine blade loss in cruise. High (5 units) vibration.

DIV

30

21-Apr-14

Approach

29-Jun-14
None
None
None
None

Cruise

TRENT-884, 90, 92, 95


TRENT-884, 92
GE90-110B, -115B
GE90-110B, -115B
GE90-115B

27-May-14

Takeoff

PW4000

High oil temperature (180C) at 14,000 ft in descent. Maintenance found fuel contamination
Continue
in oil tank, gearbox & tailpipe.
Fuel leak from pump in cruise. Pump replaced.
DIV

During takeoff, high vibration (5 units) and high EGT (1222C). Maintenance found low
pressure turbine blade damage. Engine replaced.

GEnx-1B
None
Trent1000
None
GEnx-1B
-9
Trent1000
*EOFT = Engine-Out Flight Time to landing following an IFSD (usually in minutes).
-8

787

Flight
Action

Cruise

767

777

Phase of
Flight

17

ATB

17
Unk

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