Sent to us by a Seattle resident in a round-about way. Said the First Flight used a little more fuel than expected.
Tags: 787, 787 first flight, Boeing
So now the landing gear has issues?
I see they shortened the wings… must improve the fuel consumption some.
Did the 787 engines run during the first flight
… and the shark-fin is back!!
Or the Rudder fell off!
Fantastic – what a great way to beat the speculation on which flies first – 787/747-8? Fly both! Also no argument which is more fuel efficient!!!!
whot will airbus do with the 380!!!!!!
Such a reckless joke !
For a moment I really felt relieved the Dreamliner
finally made it, when I read the title ‘787 First Flight’ .
But the photomontage is superb of course, brilliant,
grim sense of humor.
This is not a real photo
Where is the joke here?
So we got six engines and a combined capacity of 650+ passengers, giving Boeing a shot at ruling the mega-super-jumbo segment. Take that, A380.
Lindo avião, linda máquina, parabéns a BOING.
Ainda não posso deixar de comentar, que este belo Boing 747 é simplesmente perfeito.
“Beautiful plane, beautiful machine, congratulations to BOING.
Although I must comment that this beautiful Boeing 747 is just perfect.
Rio de Janeiro-Brasil.
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