FILMED : 2012

TIME : 253 mins

PRICE : $30



Our Ethiopian Airlines series continues with the 777-200LR. We start off with a roundtrip to Nigeria and feature a Captain who will present the aircraft to you inside and out with walkaround, cockpit presentation, Electronic Flight Bag etc...  We continue with a very scenic flight to Dubai and our 1st ever flight to Angola becoming the 167th country we've filmed!!  As a bonus we've included a flight out the 1st 767 with winglets in our series and you'll learn all the benefits of having these winglets installed, specially for flying out of Addis' high altitude airport.


+ Crew flight preparation at Flight Ops

+ Cockpit set-up

+ Cockpit Briefings, Checklists

+ Walkarounds of B777-200LR

+ Cockpit Presentation of B777

+ Features of Electronic Flight Bag

+ Training requirements to upgrade to B777

+ 1st flight in the series on a 767 with winglets!

+ Fuel savings with winglets

+ External action footage of B777 & B767

+ Cabin visit of 777-200LR

+ Inflight First Class service on 777

+ 1st flight to Luanda & Angola

+ Great scenery to Africa, Asia & Europe!



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Flight Information
A/C Reg Flight Route Flt Time Destinations



ET 911

ET 910







B777-200LR ET-ANO

ET 602

ET 603






DXB Dubai, UAE

B777-200LR ET-ANN

ET 851

ET 850







B767-300ER ET-ALO

ET 706




FRA Frankfurt, GERMANY

Send your comments about this program!

+ I was so excited to learn that Just Planes was going to release the ET 767/777 DVD in early January. I did not hesitate and per-ordered right away. This is no doubt one of the best 777 DVDs I have seen! The blu-ray quality was crystal clear and a pleasure to watch. What makes this a big hit is the great destinations featured. The one that caught my eye was Luanda Angola. A new destination to the series and in my opinion the most interesting. The pilot cams were amazing and the various views were breathtaking. The in flight presentations were nice and really shows why Ethiopian is the best in Africa. I want to thank Ethiopian for allowing Just Planes to film your wonderful airline. Also, I want to commend Simon who did a wonderful job, especially with the pilot dash cams. Now I am waiting on the Ethiopian 787, which I have no doubt will be another great production. Michel, keep  up the great work and what a great start to 2013. George Alves

Approach into Luanda was magnificent. Nice view of the ships scattered in the sea, then overflying the slums, stadium with the city skyline in the background. The atmosphere was even more emphasized by the smog. The airport seems to be half military. I enjoyed all the hangars and the planes parked on the apron such as Iberia and even Lufthansa...Justplanes did a magnificent job.  Luka Fule

+ I just finished watching this DVD. I know the 787 has received a lot of attention as it is a beautiful and elegant airplane. Hopefully Boeing will be able to fix the problems it has encountered an put it back into service.
But my favorite is still the 777. ET is another airline I am not familiar with, so, as you did with AC and TK and other Star Alliance airlines, I learned a lot about ET. It seems they have a very new and modern fleet and will be a leading airline.
While I am familiar with the 777, this DVD took me on routes and into airports I am not familiar with. The 777-200LR had the range for ultra long haul flights, so at first I was curious as to why it was only operating 3 and 4 hour flights. Captain Kabede answere that question as he explained the altitude of ADD necessitates the weight restrictions. I was happy to know that ET does fly nonstop IAD-ADD. And the AC 777-200LR DVD's really showed me what ultra long haul flying is about.
I appreciated the scenery from the cockpit. And I also enjoyed the walk around and the shots inside the cabin and crew rest areas when on the ground. We got a good look at ET's inflight service, and no doubt they are on their way to being another truly great airline. I also loved the shots of the 777's on the ground at ADD.
The 767-300ER part was very interesting too, as Captain Elias explained how the winglets give enhanced performance. While the 767 has been around for a while, it still is a useful airplane. And the "ad" for the 787 makes me want to get this DVD too!
Thank you for another wonderful DVD. They keep getting better and better, and my 777 collection gets bigger and bigger (along with other excellent DVD's of other airplanes).  Michael Karpf

+ I purchased all 3 Ethiopian videos at once and I have been extremely impressed with the entire series. All of the crews from the Dash 8 Q400 crews to the B787 crews were very professional and experienced. The B787 video was the obvious highlight and it was very well done with some great camera angles and interesting pilot-background interviews. The scenary around Africa, the Middle East and Europe was fantastic. I will definitely put Ethiopia on my must-visit list in the future. Thanks again for providing this entire Ethiopian series as I enjoy a more complete view of an airline's operations showing multiple fleet types and destinations. Brian Gustafson

Very nice!! Finally a good explanation of? hot and high performance. Thanks JustPlanes! This film will be my 40th JP video, it never stops getting better!

+ As always, a treat to watch. The amount of hard work you guys put into making these DVD's is commendable. Keep them coming!

+ Amazing video Just Planes. I have over 20 of your DVDs and they get better with every one I buy

+ This is excellent I have much respect for ET and Ethiopian pilots. Great explanation by the captain and excellent work by JustPlanes as usual. Thanks!