Entering service in 1995 and also known as the Triple Seven, the Boeing 777 is the largest long-ranged, wide-bodied, twin-jet airliner in the world. It can seat over 300 passengers and, depending on the model, has a range of 5,235 up to 9,380 nautical miles. It bridges the gap between the size, range, and capacity of the Boeing 767 and the Boeing 747. It is a fly-by-wire airliner, which means that the controls are computer mediated. It shares design features with the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and is considered a more fuel-efficient alternative compared to other wide-bodied jets. The airlines that primarily use the Boeing 777 include Emirates, United Airlines, Malasyian Airlines, Singapore Airlines, and Air China. Over 1500 of the 777 variant has been built and delivered.