Tuesday, September 17, 2013

787-9 first flight today!

[Live Events] Boeing Commercial Airplanes is proud to introduce the second member of the amazing Dreamliner family, the 787-9. Sporting the new Boeing livery, the 787-9 Dreamliner extends the efficiencies and innovations of this game-changing line. Check it out today! Starting approximately 9:40 AM PST/4:40 PM GMT. Also congrats to the first successful test flight of the C-Series. In my opinion, it's the best looking RJ ever built.
Join us for a live webcast of the First Flight of the 787-9 Dreamliner here. You can also follow the maiden voyage of the 787-9 Dreamliner in real-time with the Google Earth and Flight Aware partnered 787-9 First Flight Tracker. To view all currently flying 787-8 Dreamliners, visit the 787 Dreamliner Flight Tracker here

Click to learn more about this exciting new airplane model and to see the latest webcast details: 787-9 Dreamliner
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4 comments:

jencas said...

Ooops, that reminds me that I forgot the Bomardier C-Series maiden flight on monday this week. Here some short clips:

take off: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byMIlLKJjFI

landing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNJ8jfB4Oac

Matthias Brigowski said...

In other FSX related news, I just saw that Wilco Publishing have yet again moved the TBM 850 release date. Originally it was Summer 2013, then August 2013, then September 2013, and now it's shown as October 2013. What a complete joke!

And their so-called "Latest News" sections shows:

. TBM850 : last BETA TESTS in progress. Imminent release..!

If ever there was a textbook example of how to NOT release an FSX add-on professionally, then they have nailed this example with the TBM 850 release.

DMac10121 said...

Just landed!

Stanislaw Drzewiecki said...

Did you see what happened to its horizontal stabilizers shortly after landing (when pilots engaged reverse thrust)? Kind of shaking. BTW, no fire this time, congrats! :-)

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