Boeing 777 Family
The first Boeing 777 series aircraft delivered to Oryx in 1998, a Boeing 777-200ER registered A7-DHA, was the flagship of Oryx Airways until the introduction of the Airbus A380 in 2016. The airline has operated three different models of the 777 family, the -300ER, -200ER and -200LR. While the -200LR was completely phased out in 2019 after the introduction of the Airbus A350, it operated some of Oryx's longest routes to New Zealand and Australia. The -200ER is currently being phased out in favor of the 787 series, but the -300ER remains a passenger favourite to this day.
777 series aircraft currently operating for Oryx:
The airline has placed orders for 30 777X series aircraft with options for a further 15.