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JA805A (cn 34514/31) Oh my god, I just LOVE this plane! On the captain´s side you can see the full format navigation display, F/O´s side shows the engine parameters and the system page, lower screen shows the CDU and the COMM page with actual METAR and TAF we received at that moment. And of course both head-up displays hinged down.
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A visitor from Belgium posted Mon November 30, 2015:
Are you a pilot? I saw your other cockpit pic. I really want to be in cockpit one day. Did you ask a pilot of this plane?

A visitor from - posted Tue March 25, 2014:
Yes,yes,I'd like to see what the pilots will do if all these screens go black....

A visitor from Cayman Islands posted Wed February 13, 2013:
Beautiful great shot

A visitor from United States posted Tue January 1, 2013:
The best photo of the best commercial cockpit ever devised. But if I were a Boeing customer with the money for one (or more) of these, I would not consider the aircraft complete unless it had thermal imaging for its HUDs. Only then could the cockpit, and the plane, be considered perfect and worth every penny of its price. Thank you for the outstanding photograph of this outstanding airplane.

A visitor from Canada posted Fri August 24, 2012:
How lucky you are. I got cz's a380.

A visitor from - posted Fri July 27, 2012:
Excellent display of the high tech level of todays commercial aviation. This is proof thatStar Trek is not a thing of the future, it has already come and progressed beyond!

A visitor from - posted Thu May 3, 2012:
Just amazing, lights and angle are great

A visitor from - posted Wed May 2, 2012:
Thanks for this great shot!

A visitor from - posted Sun March 4, 2012:
Nice photo

A visitor from Romania posted Sat March 3, 2012:
This is pornography!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat March 3, 2012:
787 flightdeck!I always was a big fan of the MD11 flightdeck but man boeing nailed it with this one.
When the 787 outside was like the A350 it was the ultimate a/c.

A visitor from France posted Sun February 26, 2012:
Looks completely futuristic! amazing!

A visitor from Spain posted Sun February 26, 2012:
Amazing display of technology...however, at the end of the day it's the captain's hands what count...

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 25, 2012:
Awesome photo that clearly demonstrates the 787's beautiful and spacious cockpit! This shows just one more reason why the 787 is a " game changer." There is no other airliner that even comes close to competing with this.

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 25, 2012:
Wow, what a cool shot of this cockpit. I really want to fly this bird. 5 Stars Thomas!

A visitor from - posted Sat February 25, 2012:
Looks awesome and the peripheral vision is amazing. The pilots must feel like there are almost floating in space.

A visitor from - posted Sat February 25, 2012:
I see that the seat adjustment is now infinitely variable. The old ones had a simple pin that engaged the seat track at several points. The pin seems safer to me. Once engaged it's pretty safe and highly unlikely to shear. I don't think it's ever happened that I've heard of. But this rack and pinion design seen here, if it fails the seat could translate aft during takeoff. Electric adjusters on aircraft seats are unnecessary added weight. It takes about three seconds to manually slide the seat into position. If a pilot isn't strong enough to manually adjust their seat then they probably couldn't pass the physical exam anyway.

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 25, 2012:
Very spectacular shot! All the lighting and detail really stands out!

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 25, 2012:
Beautiful lighting, I've seen many 787 cockpit photos but this one really stands out, and your thorough remark makes it even better! Well done Thomas.


A visitor from - posted Sat February 25, 2012:
Best photos of the 787 I have seen.

A visitor from - posted Sat February 25, 2012:
Lucky You ! Magical ...

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat February 25, 2012:
Wow! Your shot makes the 787 cockpit look even more futuristic!

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