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Bridgestone to get Approval for Boeing 777-200LR/-300ER

Boeing has approved Bridgestone main & nose tires for its newly developed B777-200LR/-300ER.

Tokyo (January 20, 2004)--Bridgestone Corporation received the final approval for Boeing 777-200LR/-300ER main & nose tires.

Bridgestone has already been awarded as a supplier for original equipment tires for these newly developed models and will supply Boeing with its tires for factory installation based on this approval. Bridgestone main & nose tires are available for replacement tires for these models as well.

Here below are the main specifications of Bridgestone tires for B777-200LR/-300ER.

Main (Part No. APR07700)

Size 52x21.0R22
Ply Rating 36
Speed Rating (MPH) 235
Rated Load Lbs. 66,500
Tire Weight Avg. Lbs. 266.0

Nose (Part No. APR06600)

Size 43x17.5R17
Ply Rating 32
Speed Rating (MPH) 235
Rated Load Lbs. 44,500
Tire Weight Avg. Lbs. 156.0

Bridgestone is supplying its tires to Boeing for other B777 series; B777-200/-300 already introduced in the market as well for factory installation as a supplier for original equipment tires. In addition, Bridgestone is also supplying its tires to B777-200/-300 operators worldwide.

Bridgestone manufactures new aircraft tires at its Kurume Plant in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. It operates aircraft tire retreading plants at another site in Japan and in the United States, Belgium and Hong Kong. Bridgestone provides airlines with seamless, global support for all of their product and maintenance needs in tires.

Bridgestone Corporation, headquartered in Tokyo, is the world's largest manufacturer of tires and other rubber products. Tires account for 80 percent of Bridgestone Group sales worldwide. The company also manufactures industrial rubber and chemical products, sporting goods, and other diversified products. It sells its tires and other products in more than 150 nations.