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The Official 787 Rollout Aftermath Thread.  
User currently offlineSrbmod From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37938 times:

Since this thread The Official 787 Rollout Thread! (by RootsAir Jul 8 2007 in Civil Aviation) is getting quite long indeed, this thread is the continuation of the discussion.

233 replies: All unread, showing first 25:
 
User currently offlineEDDL From Germany, joined Dec 2002, 738 posts, RR: 16
Reply 1, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37936 times:


View Large View Medium
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Photo © Royal S King



Well done Royal!


User currently offlineN328KF From United States of America, joined May 2004, 6483 posts, RR: 3
Reply 2, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37930 times:

No one has answered yet when someone asked on the precursor thread — was the 777 roll-out like this?


When they call the roll in the Senate, the Senators do not know whether to answer 'Present' or 'Not guilty.' T.Roosevelt
User currently offlineXPJets From United States of America, joined Feb 2007, 104 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37778 times:
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Echoing my question in the prior thread, why TWA's customer code of -x31?

Would this plane, being destined for NH, not be a 787-881?



GO SIOUX!
User currently offlineRootsAir From Costa Rica, joined Feb 2005, 4186 posts, RR: 40
Reply 5, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37777 times:

Video of rollout should be available very shortly
EDIT: VIDEO NOW AVAILABLE !!!





BTW. I guess this 787 rollout thread must have beaten many records lol

[Edited 2007-07-09 02:23:15]


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User currently offlineLTU932 From Germany, joined Jan 2006, 13864 posts, RR: 50
Reply 6, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37777 times:

I didn't notice that the other thread was locked (I only noticed that once I got my post through), so I'm reposting my question: Isn't N787BA to be delivered to NH once Line Number 7 is delivered to them? If yes, then why isn't it designated as a 787-881?

User currently offlinePolymerPlane From United States of America, joined May 2006, 991 posts, RR: 3
Reply 7, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37613 times:

it has 787 tail not ANA. What gives?

Cheers,
PP



One day there will be 100% polymer plane
User currently offlineJetBlueGuy2006 From United States of America, joined Jan 2006, 1652 posts, RR: 1
Reply 8, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37612 times:

Quoting FlyingDoctorWu (Reply 3):

Those tail shots are great.

Should we take a bet on how many more orders will be made and/or revealed this week? Any guesses of any new carriers?



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User currently offlineFighterPilot From Canada, joined Jun 2005, 1379 posts, RR: 23
Reply 9, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37617 times:

Quoting PolymerPlane (Reply 7):
it has 787 tail not ANA. What gives?

IMO It looks better like that for the unveiling.

Cal  airplane 



*Insert Sound Of GE90 Spooling Up Here*
User currently offlineIwok From Sweden, joined Jan 2005, 1108 posts, RR: 0
Reply 10, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37617 times:

Quoting FlyingDoctorWu (Reply 3):
http://www.drchristopherwu.com/boeing/EyeTVSnapshot.jpg

Thanks for posting! Great shots.

-iwok


User currently offline71Zulu From United States of America, joined Aug 2006, 3061 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37476 times:

Another video from King5, Seattle

http://www.king5.com/video/index.html?nvid=157291&shu=1



The good old days: Delta L-1011s at MSY
User currently offlineOsprey88 From United States of America, joined Jul 2007, 330 posts, RR: 1
Reply 12, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37476 times:

Quoting JetBlueGuy2006 (Reply 8):

My bet would be on United, American, Delta to make some orders in the future.

American's CEO said that they would probably be ordering by the end of 2007



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User currently offlineVirginFlyer From New Zealand, joined Sep 2000, 4537 posts, RR: 41
Reply 13, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37476 times:

Quoting PolymerPlane (Reply 7):
it has 787 tail not ANA. What gives?

Every other Boeing 7x7 first-of-type has had the model number on the tail - why would this have been different?

V/F



"So powerful is the light of unity that it can illuminate the whole earth." - Bahá'u'lláh
User currently offlineNYC2theworld From United States of America, joined Mar 2007, 663 posts, RR: 0
Reply 14, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37310 times:

Quoting N328KF (Reply 2):

I do not think so. I wasn't at an age where I would remember it but thinking about 13 years ago, that's 1994. Let me put it this way, how many people had anything faster than dial-up (of any speed) in 1994?



Always wonderers if this "last and final boarding call" is in fact THE last and final boarding call.
User currently offlineBoeingFever777 From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 409 posts, RR: 54
Reply 15, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37310 times:

I'm sure all saw the QR tail logo show up in the 787 Customer's Presentation show!

Wonder when they will make it official?



Faire du ciel le plus bel endroit de la terre.
User currently offlineAminobwana From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 16, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37154 times:

brettbrett21

Normally I would agree that Carson joke was harmless, but given the continuous not so nice comments of John Leahy on the other side, he should have been careful to maintain painstakingly the distance

aminobwana


User currently offlineStitch From United States of America, joined Jul 2005, 30623 posts, RR: 84
Reply 17, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37154 times:
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Quoting N328KF (Reply 2):
No one has answered yet when someone asked on the precursor thread — was the 777 roll-out like this?

I don't recall it being similar, no...

Quoting LTU932 (Reply 6):
Isn't N787BA to be delivered to NH once Line Number 7 is delivered to them? If yes, then why isn't it designated as a 787-881?

Yes it will, so maybe a photo database coding error?


User currently offlineFlyingDoctorWu From United States of America, joined Feb 2004, 307 posts, RR: 0
Reply 18, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37045 times:

Quoting BoeingFever777 (Reply 15):
I'm sure all saw the QR tail logo show up in the 787 Customer's Presentation show!

http://www.drchristopherwu.com/boeing/EyeTVSnapshot[16].jpg

i know.. hope Boeing didn't blunder by including the tail in the presentation. Boeing likes to announce and unannounce Qatar orders...


User currently offlinePlanemannyc From United States of America, joined Aug 2003, 1007 posts, RR: 8
Reply 19, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37044 times:
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Quoting BoeingFever777 (Reply 15):
I'm sure all saw the QR tail logo show up in the 787 Customer's Presentation show!

http://www.drchristopherwu.com/boeing/EyeTVSnapshot%5B16%5D.jpg

Yep, definitely QR tail.


Best,

Wasim / Planemannyc


User currently offlineLTU932 From Germany, joined Jan 2006, 13864 posts, RR: 50
Reply 20, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 37045 times:

Check this out! Raw footage from when they towed the 787 into position for the reveal.

http://www.king5.com/video/news-index.html?nvid=157289&shu=1


User currently offlineStitch From United States of America, joined Jul 2005, 30623 posts, RR: 84
Reply 21, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 36906 times:
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KING and KOMO showed HD footage of the plane. Man she looks sharp!

I hope they leave her outside tomorrow so I can see her as I drive by the factory.  Smile


User currently offlineSmokeyrosco From Ireland, joined Dec 2005, 2112 posts, RR: 13
Reply 22, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 36792 times:

Some more nice (different) pictures

http://flightblogger.blogspot.com/



John Hancock
User currently offlineFlyVail From United States of America, joined Jul 2007, 55 posts, RR: 0
Reply 23, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 20 hours ago) and read 36406 times:

She sure is pretty. Worth the hour of my Sunday and the A.NET registration fee.

User currently offlineKhobar From United States of America, joined Mar 2006, 2379 posts, RR: 4
Reply 24, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 20 hours ago) and read 36075 times:

I'm sorry but the presentation was boring as can be. I'm sorry for being so blunt, but it was like...like...like anything but what I was expecting. No balloons, no music (apart from the dreary piano), no real celebration at all - except, perhaps, the Italians. The ones in Italy, not the ones in the US.

And then when they "revealed" the plane, they only showed some closeups - I don't think they showed the entire plane.

And then the Airbus joke - what was he thinking?

Sorry for being so down on the presentation. I just was highly disappointed - I expected far more fun and happiness. This presentation was what I would have imagined a roll-out at Tupolev or Ilyushin back in the days of the Soviet Union would have been like if they were ever wanting to make a show of such a thing as an official roll-out. (I dunno, maybe they did). Right down to Tom "commanding" them to have more fun than the Italians.

Ugh, I need to go back on vacation.


25 NW748i : Actually, I was really hoping that the antecendent thread would break 1000 posts... At 988 'oh so close.' What's the record for a thread on a.net?
26 ComairGuyCVG : What a beautiful aircraft! Congratulations to Boeing and hope there are many, many successful years of flying with this type.
27 Post contains images StasisLAX : My first post to A.net after being a "lurker" for years. I just viewed the dull, boring presentation prior to the roll-out. It was worth the wait. The
28 Indy : So in the last year or two we've had two different companies introduce two long haul jets that are polar opposites of each other. I think Boeing wins
29 Ebs757 : What about the "parade of 7's"?
30 AirframeAS : The webcast wasnt closed captioned, with me being deaf. But what was the joke anyway??
31 Kalakaua : I really liked the music presentation, with the nose flutes and didjeridu... What is Boeing's new theme song, now?
32 Kalakaua : Tom Brokaw asked Scott Carson what his longest flight was. Carson said it was from Hong Kong to New York on a slow Airbus...
33 Mike89406 : I know it wasn't the most exicting event perhaps a little monotone to some, however did you at least like what little you seen of the 787?[Edited 200
34 NYC2theworld : Singapore to NY on an Airbus actually.
35 Kalakaua : Oops. My bad. I thought so, too.
36 NYC2theworld : Though you have to admit, the joke did have some factual basis behind it. It is right now an 18 hour flight on a "slow airbus" Didn't Scott say it wou
37 AirTranTUS : I had quoted some things to post about in the previous thread, but they are gone now and I will go from memory. I thought the Airbus joke was funny. N
38 San747 : The SuperThread in Non-Av... reached 2860 posts, give or take a few... I'm not going to post the link simply because I don't want to be responsible f
39 Bewley747 : Sorry... but isnt that a 767? Hardly revolutionary.... In fact... pretty boring looking AC.... YAWN !
40 JAL : Cool! Finally the 787 is here!
41 AirframeAS : Well, whatever the two points were, the joke was kinda a cheap shot. They could have absolutely kept the word 'Airbus' out of the whole presentation.
42 PC12Fan : Could this be considered one of the if not the first roll INS??
43 Yflyer : I have to agree. I felt like I was sitting through a graduation ceremony, listening to all the speeches. All the while I was thinking "Show us the pl
44 N328KF : I'm not talking about the multicasting...I'm referring to all the pomp and circumstance.
45 N328KF : Easy to say that when you're staring at the outside and completely ignoring everything about it that is new.
46 Post contains images FighterPilot : Yeah, however 90% of the posts were by "TheCoz." The only other thread that I know that was actually on topic was the Sept. 11th thread. Cal
47 Mike89406 : What did you expect? The Starship Enterprise Geez...some people sound like Simon (American Idol) around here. What else do people want complementry w
48 Blackbird1331 : They should show a replay of the rollout on every flight in the world. Everyone will sleep so well. What a bore. Does not do the aircraft justice.
49 Halaka : Is there anyplace someone can watch the full, unedited webcast yet? I had to miss it and I'd really like to watch it all myself - not just the couple
50 OldAeroGuy : Let's not forget the roll-out is done in large part for the 787 Team. The ceremony recognized the diverse elements that went into the airplane's crea
51 Ebs757 : Can't find anything on the Boeing site right now but I clearly remember something about it being back up for a few days maybe a month after or someth
52 Post contains images Aminobwana : I hope Boeing didn't spent to much on Tom !! Probably he did not do much thinking there !
53 Post contains links and images L-188 : Anybody else think that the 787 has similar lines to this late bird. View Large View MediumPhoto © Unmuth-AirTeamImages VAP Compare View Large Vi
54 N844AA : It's a tube with wings, what else did you expect? Hey, maybe if oil were still $18/bbl, we'd all be welcoming the Sonic Cruiser right now (and launch
55 Post contains images Af773atmsp : Awesome photos of the 787! Congratulations to Boeing. I can't wait to see it at MSP. Does anyone know the exact date that the 787 will first fly?
56 WAH64D : Although the entire presentation was an exercise in boredom, the aircraft looks immaculate. It is truly beautiful. Couldn't help but notice that the c
57 Soylentgreen : Nice plane but presentation was weak. There was too much staring and glancing at the teleprompter. McNerney had so little dialogue that if he spoke ad
58 NYC2theworld : Boeing has repeatedly said that the plane will fly when its ready. Sometime in the Late August-September time frame. They have given no more specific
59 Mir : Well, when an airline starts to fly Boeings on routes that long, then his slow joke might be a little more sensible. If you want to fly SIN to NYC no
60 MD-90 : Strongest resemblance with the windscreen. The engines on the 787 are much honkin' larger.
61 FUTURA : She is beautiful! I can't wait to see her soaring soon!
62 LY4XELD : I *just* came back from Everett...this was the most amazing event I have ever been a part of. I touched the airplane and I think it all came home and
63 Dkf747 : With all that high technology you would think they could have captioned it. Shame on Boeing. Great looking 787 though!
64 Halaka : I got it to work now at the boeing site.. turns out I needed the right plugin for firefox and to restart my computer.
65 CPHGuard : People complainig about the looks. I give you, it's a tube with wings, that doesnt look much different from other tubes with wings. But what it is NOT
66 Post contains images RedFlyer : I thought the presentation was an incredible build-up to...a mediocre finale. I'm surprised no one from Boeing media department gave consideration to
67 Post contains images Zeke : Congrats Boeing on the rollout Now back to work and finish the aircraft off so it start flying....
68 Khobar : There was nothing I hadn't seen before, so I can't really say there was anything presented (new) to like. I saw more of the audience than the plane.
69 Thebry : Tough crowd. Personally, I thought the entire presentation (with the exception of the poor sound quality in the very beginning) was GREAT! Let's not f
70 JRDC930 : Considering what Airbus has said before, this was nothing, besides its a free country. Not intending to offend any one, a joke is a joke, it was not
71 Revelation : Yes, I agree, Carson would have been best served to keep such comments to himself. Tom Brokaw's comments about the partying Italians also made me cri
72 Indy : You should be proud of your company. Today was a great day for them and the future of commercial aviation. They killed quite a few birds with one sto
73 N328KF : This is a non-issue. The Alenia boss himself brought it up and said they were celebrating. Brokaw was just responding in kind.
74 Post contains images AutoThrust : Beautiful !! Incredible machine cant wait to fly on it, only sad Carson had to make a cheap shot on Airbus, that shows how less style and manners he h
75 Post contains links and images Allstarflyer : Yes, very nicely done. Great picture! Making sure what was on the last thread gets on this one? Welcome to Anet! Kinda bad juju to allow mentioning y
76 Aseem : somebody please confirm...is this bird powered by RR engines??? I was under the impression 787 was solely GE!
77 FlyLKU : Actually I had a different take on that. Why point out that your competitor's aircraft is the one flying the longest route in the world ... for now.
78 Post contains images FighterPilot : Thanks for pointing that out. Cal
79 NIKV69 : Wow that is sweeeeet! What a beautiful bird. Now I hope the day she arrives at JFK is sunny. That will be a fun day!
80 FlyLKU : ...like the transition from fabric to metal, props to jets, unpressurized to pressurized. Beauty and innovation are sometimes only skin deep.
81 FlymeFASTER : Hopefully Boeing won't completely forget the Sonic Cruiser concept. Perhaps with technology improvements, something that nifty could appear again. Th
82 NYC2theworld : GE is making the GenX engine for the 787 along with RR making the Trent 1000. Im not sure what engines are on the frame we saw today (if any).
83 Post contains images 797 : WOOOOOOOOOOOAH!!! What an incredible aircraft, definitely the best one stylish-wise!!! Welcome to my preliminar favourite aircraft list!! 1) Take a lo
84 Post contains images N174UA : Funny...I would have thought it was the HNL Rarebirds or PeterMax.... I watched a lot of the show, and it was pretty boring really. I live about 3-4
85 San747 : Actually at 182 feet, it's closer to a 767-300.
86 Post contains images BBADXB : What a beautiful bird! Can't wait to see it in person, rather than through the media! Way to go Boeing! BBADXB
87 Post contains images United777 : Here are some of my pictures. More to come....I took way too many!!
88 Post contains links BoeingFever777 : NH is using Rolls-Royce Trent 1000's. Also using Rolls-Royce: CA NZ AV FI ILFC (40) 787-9's LCAL (9) 787-9's LO ZB NW PEGASUS Nope both Rolls-Royce a
89 Emirates Skies : If the 777 is anything to go by, the 787 is going to be the BEST aircraft around for quite some time! Forever new frontiers! Emirates Skies
90 Post contains links and images United777 : Here are somemore. Sorry for the double post. Congrats to Boeing!!! What a exciting day. I can't wait for first flight.
91 Rsg85 : has anybody else notice the seam just in front of the second exit stands out like dogs balls. very eindent in royals photo, can also be seen in some o
92 Post contains images FlyingHigh : Nice photos United777!
93 TZ757300 : It looks nice, but it looked so much better on paper than it does real life. I'm just not digging it really.
94 Post contains images N174UA : Thank you! Guess the boob tube makes things smaller. Well done, my fellow Mill Creek neighbor!
95 NWA742 : Awesome pictures gang - she is such a beautiful bird. -NWA742
96 VirginFlyer : Just looking at United777's photos (thanks for posting those!) it seems they've had to leave a window out near the rear of the cabin to make way for t
97 Post contains images Aircellist : Thanks for those nice pictures. The nose is very nice, and the wingtips and the engine cowlings. For the tail, I suppose I will have to wait to see it
98 Post contains images Alexchao : A couple pictures of the Dreamliner from the Premiere: I have more pictures if people are interested.
99 OldAeroGuy : Goes along with what I said in Reply 50. The roll out wasn't boring for LY4XELD.
100 Post contains images 787 : What a wonderful looking aircraft! Congratulations to Boeing. 787
101 Post contains images SEAchaz : Couple of the views us lowly members of the public had (click for larger views) Not the best view but we at least we didn't have to wait for the speec
102 MD-90 : They probably could've put a window there, but it saved enough weight that it was worth it not to. There probably might also be a duct there (or that
103 Post contains images United777 : Thank you!!! It was a fun day today. N174UA - Won't be too long till' we see Dreamliners flying over our neighborhood. I can't wait!!
104 Bahadir : I flew over PAE few hours ago.. The airplane looks gorgeous from the air, a bit on the stubby side compared to 767.
105 BlueSkys : The A380 was BIG, This is just beautiful! Cheers!
106 PhilGil : Chaz, that’s an amazing photo of the 787 floating in a sea of people –great documentary shooting!
107 Centrair : Now I just can't wait till it starts flying MSP-NGO for NWA. I will be on it in no time. Beautiful. We in NGO are lucky to see parts fly out. To see i
108 WestWing : Did anyone get closeup pictures of all the airline logos above the window line to the rear of door 1L ?
109 Evolv : Beautifal beautiful aircraft
110 Mikester540 : WOW! Charles Conklin-- your photos are AMAZING! That ones going on my desktop! What a beautiful Airplane! Congratulations to Boeing on this fine day!
111 BWIA 772 : The 787 is one nice looking plane.. Her wings look wonderful I can wait to see the photos of her inflight!!! All in all a nice presentation by Boeing.
112 Post contains images SuperVC10er : Here's some other angles of this great new plane (the two close-ups taken by the lovely Mrs on a slow drive-by) Hope you like them.
113 Post contains images Iwok : I have to say that this photo is one of my favorites thus far. It has a certain perspective that was missing from all the official shots. Also, the fo
114 TZ757300 : OMG I almost wetted my pants looking at these photos.
115 Corey07850 : Make up your mind!
116 Post contains images LTU932 : What I really liked was the roll-in itself. First, the hangars opening, and then how the 787 appeared all of a sudden, as if it was saying: "Hello, yo
117 Post contains links Centrair : ANA has posted a whole website dedicated to being the first to fly the 787. We fly 1st. 2008 The page is in English but the videos are in Japanese (te
118 Tsaord : We are in PC world of living so we all must come to expect this. If people didn't laugh 9 times out of 10 they found it offensive. I'm sure someone w
119 TZ757300 : OK, I almost wetted my pants by the fact that these photos show an airplane that i just downright dont diggg.
120 Post contains images AirTranTUS : Wouldn't it suck to walk into one of the chevrons? Ouch!! The bottom part of the nacelle looks to be flat like normal, but a tall person could hit the
121 Post contains images SuperVC10er : For Iwok - the sea without the copyright. Though not as crisp as SEAchaz's excellent photography, you can use it as you wish.
122 ZKSUJ : Looks good. Big crowd over there...
123 VirginFlyer : Looking at SuperVC10er's photos in reply 112 (in particular the third), you can see the joins between the barrel sections, and indeed it appears the
124 Post contains images ScarletHarlot : Tsaord asked in the other thread if there were any A.netters there - there certainly were as you can see! I was there too, with SEAChaz in the area wh
125 Post contains links Ikramerica : You may not like the source, but foxnews.com has a couple nice pictures. the one with everyone laying hands on it like a religious experience is eery.
126 MIT787 : Mine too...My new desktop background along with my miniature 787 I downloaded off the Boeing site. SuperVC10ER...I hope you do not mind...A job well
127 BA : This is one amazingly good looking plane. I have to say, it turned out looking better than I expected... I can't wait to see them gracing the skies.
128 Post contains images F9Animal : Congrats to Boeing and everyone involved in it becoming a reality. Most importantly, congrats to everyone who witnessed it first hand! What a beautifu
129 ABQ747 : I'd have to say the 787 is one of the most beautiful aircraft ever designed. I can't say the same thing for the A380.
130 F9Animal : Oh yes, I would LOVE to see Boeing put the 787 nose to nose to the 707. Amazing how beautiful both birds would look in that sleek new paint nose to no
131 SuperVC10er : MIT787 - you and anyone else can use my photos as you wish - thank you for asking though. I was very fortunate to be able to get up there this afterno
132 RJ777 : Wonder if the 787 is going to join that parade of 7's before they all have to go home?
133 AApilot2b : Without attacking the few negative comments directly by quoting, its obvious who the dissapointed fans of another airplane manufaturer are. Can people
134 IFlyTWA : Well said! The 787 is one awesome airplane both in looks and technology. I can't wait for the opportunity to fly on one!
135 Mah584jr : Strongly disagree. You judge the book by its cover and appearance, but the technology associated with this aircraft is truly top notch
136 Aither : 20% "better" in whatever it is than similar size aircraft... Well I guess that could refer to the A330 or A340 ? They were developed more than 10 year
137 Post contains images BO__einG : I wonder who else was at the event today. Most people on this thread? Wow, it is just amazing to see all those people out there today. I was at the Mu
138 Post contains images Ellehammer : The show? - I thought it was very well put together, though with maybe a bit too much diversity crap, but that's necessary I guess, it is a multinatio
139 YWGfarmer : I love the know-it-alls on this site. "hardly revolutionary" Good thing you can tell that. Better inform Boeing, so they can just keep pumping aluminu
140 Toulouse : All I can say is CONGRATULATIONS to Boeing! As many of you know I'm an avid Airbus fan, but that does not matter at the moment, as above all I am an a
141 Post contains images MCIGuy : The reason some are perceiving the 787 as "fat" or "stubby" I think is because they're mentally comparing it to the 767. The 787 is substantially larg
142 Ceph : Looks like a very small plane to me. Something along the size of a 737
143 Mdsh00 : Please tell me you are joking.
144 VivaGunners : Great bird, well done Boeing! Just, I was very disappointed last night (well, night for Italy) because after I stayed awake until 120am, BBC World dec
145 OA260 : Will we get to see any interior photos ??
146 Keesje : I missed the live event. I understand the wether was excellent as was the optimistic proud admosphere. Great photo's thank Mrs SuperVC10er from me !
147 AlexPorter : As cool as that would have been, that parade disbanded yesterday around 9 PM. But maybe they'll do another one for either first flight or first deliv
148 Post contains links and images Birdy : It was great to see 787 premiere (internet video broadcast); however, it was bit too short. Anyway, let’s hope Dreamliner will be as good as it look
149 Burkhard : May I suggest that airliners.net adds the 787 to the photo search engine? Should be the days to do it.
150 FRAspotter : I was watching the webcast and it was losing sound and glitching like crazy so I didn't catch it. Could someone repeat it to me? Just curious...
151 MCIGuy : He and Tom Brokaw were discussing long, tedious flights when he cracked about a SIN-JFK trip on a "slow Airbus", not as big a deal as is being made o
152 Post contains links and images JCS : I think think the nose of the bird looks like something the French invented already many decades ago: View Large View MediumPhoto © Irfan Caliska
153 Post contains links and images Sokol : All Happy New Boeing 787 Take and look lots of pictures of beautiful B787 on this page http://www.flickr.com/photos/moonm/page5/ and keep going Next p
154 Post contains links Birdy : You can see it now on (it is a repeat) http://787premiere.newairplane.com/ Greg
155 OA260 : Yes its a nice design. They are similar.
156 DTW757 : Sokol, you have some great pictures there. Great work. What a beautiful airplane! I can't wait to see this bird take flight and then see the NW birds
157 NZ747 : Was watching the live feed on the Boeing website, did anyone else notice they showed that guy Adam from Mythbusters as they panned across the audience
158 Post contains images CURLYHEADBOY : I think I'd just add my silly comment... Beautiful machine, looks stunning, so hats off to Boeing for building such a good looking airplane.
159 SQ773 : Something worries me, IMO, the A350 looks too similar to the 787. The tail and the wings are too similar.
160 Mir : 6 feet isn't substantially longer. Yet the fuselage is substantially wider, which is why it looks a little chubby. Which isn't to say it's ugly, but
161 Post contains links and images VirginFlyer : Credit where credit's due - the nose of the Caravelle was taken directly from the DH Comet (and then modified with larger side panes for later frames
162 Mir : Why should that be worrying? -Mir
163 Bh4007 : IMO, the TUI livery will be one of the best on the 787; it suits blue! Question: I noticed in the a.net photo the aircraft data included "dreamliner"
164 OA260 : I like LOT and Avianca the best.
165 VirginFlyer : They are similar aircraft designed for similar capabilities. Given our ability to optimise a design in this day and age, I'd be worried if they didn'
166 Bh4007 : IMO, the appearance of the 787 makes it look smaller than it is; in photos it looks like a big A320 but when you see how big the people are; you reali
167 Legoguy : I agree. I believe the larger cockpit windows and passenger windows make the aircraft look like a narrow body. Still, it's a great looking machine. T
168 Post contains images Ourboeing : It also has to do with the color scheme. I wish Boeing had put a new color scheme on this new bird as opposed to the one they have had on the 777 LRs
169 ChrisH : That is one butt-ugly plane! Nose like a squashed TGV-train! teh fail!
170 Post contains links and images BoeingOnFinal : View Large View MediumPhoto © Matt Ballou Not posted here yet? Already has 2500 views!
171 Post contains images OURBOEING : and where are you from again?
172 Post contains images NADC10Fan : Not unreasonable ... but I do so disagree with it. The 787 just looks so handsome, sharp and clean in this scheme. But that could just be the eye of
173 Baroque : Interesting things I "learned" from the TV coverage of the event: 1. Fits together like Lego. 2. No metal at all in the fuselage. 3. The composites ma
174 Post contains links and images BoeingOnFinal : View Large View MediumPhoto © Kok Chwee SIM View Large View MediumPhoto © Kok Chwee SIM View Large View MediumPhoto © Kok Chwee SIM Bea
175 Post contains links and images VirginFlyer : Some more photos - these ones are really sharp too: View Large View MediumPhoto © Kok Chwee SIM View Large View MediumPhoto © Kok Chwee SIM
176 PM : Well, it's got a better chance than the godawful "Whalejet"!
177 Post contains links IAD787 : I made it back to Boston this morning and I'm alive by all medical accounts, I'm fried by all others. It was an amazing weekend. I have tons of photos
178 Post contains images Pplsxprs75 : I have to say that although the presentation was boring, took too long in my opinion, it was worth it. I enjoyed the fact that Boeing has a new theme
179 Post contains images OURBOEING : CNN.com news link reads: "Boeing unveils world's largest commercial plane" They must not know much about aviation and especially the SIZE
180 Poitin : What do you expect from CNN -- the news? While the early part of the show was marred on DirecTV with really bad audio, the only ones who were really
181 VirginFlyer : In the previous thread, there were some questions about the Royal Bank of Scotland logo which made an appearance. Looking at a photo of the tails on t
182 Post contains images Iwok : Thanks so much , and thanks to the Missus. I hope you can get them accepted on a.net because the "sea" is one interesting view. It seems as thought t
183 Post contains images SuperVC10er : For BO__eing: Here's the one of the sea of people, uncropped: Sorry the quality's not that fantastic, I am sure SEAchaz's is a lot better.. I don't kn
184 Post contains links BigPhilNYC : Here's an editorial piece from Tom Alfano, who attended the event: http://nycaviation.com/editorials#alfano070807 Sounds like a magnificent event in h
185 CruzinAltitude : It was great to watch the live presentation of the 787 on TV. My wife was hoping that I would watch it on the computer in the office, but I had other
186 Slider : Just a joke, nothing more. If anything, I found it more ironic that Boeing went around the globe via simulcast to have the Japanese and Italians give
187 Post contains images EHHO : The news can be quite stupid indeed. Even the reputable BBC has managed to show this picture, comparing dimensions of the 787 and A380: Why for God's
188 Post contains images Flyorski : They may have thought that the A380 is the A350 Overall the Presentation was great! I love how the 787 looks, very sleek and very nice.
189 Yflyer : On the Today show this morning they said the 787 will feature "lower cabin pressure."
190 Mike89406 : Always somone in the bunch has to be the one to talk negative.
191 Post contains links and images Beech19 : Actually at 186ft, its 6ft longer than a 767-300ER and has 41ft more wing and 4ft taller. Not to mention its tube is 3ft wider INSIDE. Oh... yeah and
192 S12PPL : This thing simply looks like an amazing bird! I can't wait for her flight testing to begin, so we get to see some air to air videos and pictures...I w
193 Post contains images MD-90 : Hmmm....I would think that the titanium frames are "in" the fuselage, and I believe titanium is a metal. I know, I know, they're referring to the com
194 OA260 : CNN have a good documentary on the 787 now called ''battle for the skies''
195 SFO777200LR : Any pictures of the FAs all lined up?
196 AirframeAS : I was going to suggest that in the Site Related forum. It would be nice to see the 787 in the drop down menus of the photo search page. As for the th
197 Post contains links BigPhilNYC : Some pics here: http://nycaviation.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7303&start=30
198 MD-90 : So what was the Airbus joke? I missed it.
199 SEAchaz : Hey don't discredit yourself like that - looks good to me! I had to cheat to get the quality - stitched panorama of 5 shots. You and the Mrs. did ver
200 Post contains images Mir : GE and RR don't sell the fuel, so how is it bad news for them? -Mir
201 Flashmeister : For those who watched the broadcast/webcast... at one point after the doors opened, they did a high shot of the nose, from a camera positioned slightl
202 Post contains images AvObserver : You've already been slammed for this but what were you expecting, a new-gen Concorde? Frankly, the nose to me doesn't echo the 767 at all and the sci
203 Post contains images ER757 : LOL - good one!! That's a pretty accurate description, but not unlike what I would have expected. When all was said and done, we sure got to see a be
204 Ayqzbr : A few people have commented on that and we noticed it while viewing the coverage as well. Has anyone else commented, or did anyone else feel, that th
205 BigPhilNYC : I've heard evidence of that as well. I don't think they make much of a secret of the fact that the inside is not done yet.
206 Post contains links Ebs757 : Has anyone had luck watching the roll out again on new airplane.com? I click on the link and it just says "loading" http://www.newairplane.com/
207 Aeroweanie : I noticed that - it means that the cockpit bulkhead, which is an important structural item, isn't installed yet.
208 Post contains images Allstarflyer : How did the two of you manage to post the same 3 photos at the same exact time from different ends of the planet? Same user perhaps? So what's on now
209 Post contains links and images MCIGuy : From Post 20 (LTU932) : King5 Raw Video They won't put a full interior in it until just before they deliver it to ANA. First they need to finish it,
210 IFEMaster : So, excuse the obvious question, but when's the first flight?
211 Post contains images Jenkingeorge : Is it me or did he sound like he was enjoying that rollout a bit too much!!! JG
212 Post contains images IFLYjets : I am in love, and it's with a B787
213 Post contains images RobTrent : Wow some nice shots here - Love the wing tips and the RR engines. In fact I like the whole design. Nice one Boeing
214 Glideslope : I'll second on the Trents. Can't wait to hear them spool up!!
215 Post contains images Bahadir : When i was flying over it i was surprised how 'stubby' it looked. I immediately thought of A310
216 AirframeAS : Tom Brokaw asked Scott Carson what his longest flight was. Carson replied back "From SIN to JFK on a slow Airbus." I found this out later from other
217 Sixtyseven : I hate to say it. But I think it's ugly as hell. Short, fat, odd nose, strange windows...... It'll be a hell of an airplane, but she's not much to loo
218 Bahadir : I really didn't appreciate the stupid comments by Brokaw about Kazakhs and LOT. Every country, people, culture has something that bothers another one.
219 OA260 : Hmm well its all to do with up bringing . There is a name for people like him ''new money''!!!! Anyway BBC did a good piece on the unveiling. The jou
220 DrExotica : I am always amused by how many people on this forum seem unable to laugh at each other, much less themselves. The remark about onion sandwich eating
221 Post contains images LTU932 : And don't forget the small joke about flying on a "very slow Airbus". It was just healthy humour. People had a laugh, it was never meant to insult, a
222 Ebs757 : has anyone had luck viewing the roll out from newairplane.com again? There is a link to it but it takes me to the premiere page and thats it. EBS
223 Airbus340 : Totally agree with you...especially on the Airbus part... Singapore Airlines prides itself of its flagship, the Airbus A340-500 fleet (while they wai
224 Post contains images JRDC930 : Dont start a flame fest... and by the way if you had an airline and cancelled an order because of some joke, i doubt your airline would last long. A
225 Post contains images LTU932 : Not to nitpick, but the A345 doesn't fly SIN-JFK but SIN-EWR. SIN-JFK is still operated with a stop in FRA.
226 Aircellist : A question for those who have seen the plane from close enough: are there rivets on it? I can't see any on the pictures... And a question to the exper
227 MCIGuy : I haven't seen it up close but I don't have to. There are fasteners at all the places where the barrels are joined and where something is bolted to t
228 Post contains images Allstarflyer : Hey, you got to see him - I bet he wasn't too disappointed. He probably pushed his boundaries a bit. "Everybody line up on both sides of the runway,
229 Post contains images MCIGuy : No problem. It's because they don't want to lock in on a date so they can have a cushion against "unforeseen issues".  [Edited 2007-07-10 03:52:10]
230 Baxter : Wasnt somebody asking for a close-up of the second section of flags... The logos behind the door... I have a shot of them... I was looking at my photo
231 SFO777200LR : " target=_blank>http://nycaviation.com/forum/viewtop...rt=30 Thank you!
232 Baroque : Well those whose knowledge comes from the TEEV, there are no Ti frames! More irritating than bad I guess. I have just a feeling that both GE and RR h
233 Post contains links IAD787 : Just to keep things fresh: The Official 787 Rollout Aftermath Thread - Part 2 (by IAD787 Jul 10 2007 in Civil Aviation)
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