Aviation Photo #2150597: Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner - Air India


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
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    Air India
    Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner
    Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner
    Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner
    Boeing
    36280
    30
    VT-ANE
    Everett - Snohomish County / Paine Field
    Washington
    USA
    August 2012
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#2150597
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August 23, 2012
Caption
A virtual spine of 10 Dreamliners sit in a row on the currently closed RWY 11/29 at Paine Field.
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1200px
Height
900px

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Comments (18)

Anonymous
4 years ago
That is cool! But why are they fenced off within their own factory?
Anonymous
4 years ago
Get in the line to be delivered!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Looks like fish bones
Anonymous
4 years ago
Wow. The future in a photograph.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Still awaiting engines to be delivered or interiors?
Anonymous
4 years ago
Really cool perspective...does anyone have a clue why the hang weights on the wings where the engines will be??
Anonymous
4 years ago
Ah, they didn't get the second one lined up. Get with it you guys.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Pretty, but a very sad picture nonetheless !!!
Anonymous
4 years ago
A very nice view of the new jet
Anonymous
4 years ago
Awesome! What a shot!! What are all the airlines receiving these birds?
Anonymous
4 years ago
The second plane is not properly parked. Who is responsible for that, who ??
Anonymous
4 years ago
Haha, I kinda like the way the 10th 787 is facing away from the others
Anonymous
4 years ago
Seriously, this should be one of the best and most innovative photographs on a.net ever! BRILLIANT!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Great shot! Gives more meaning to the expression "nose to tail"
Anonymous
3 years ago
Beautiful! but, what are they doing??
Anonymous
3 years ago
The angle
Anonymous
3 years ago
One of the comments said they might be waiting for their engines to be delivered and that's what I think too, since none of them have engines installed. Maybe this is normal to have this many aircraft in the que but their usual parking place was being re-paved.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Boeing gliders.