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More: Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner
More: Farnborough (FAB / EGLF)
More: UK - England, July 18, 2010
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A visitor from Finland posted Mon February 13, 2012:
This colour is better then the indstrial blueish grey in an average Airbus. But I concurr: bring back the beige dashboard!

A visitor from - posted Sun June 19, 2011:
Im curious to know, is any of the screens touchscreen???

A visitor from United States posted Fri May 27, 2011:
I'm glad Boeing decided to stick with the yoke they have rather than switching to the stick control, like what Airbus has. Kudos!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat April 2, 2011:
The cockpit screens and colours!way better than the beige like the 747.

A visitor from Canada posted Wed December 22, 2010:
Bring back the Beige!
----787 Fanboy

A visitor from United States posted Sat November 20, 2010:
The first thing I noticed about the new flight deck was the color scheme - the various shades of gray (especially the non-yellowish sheepskin) combined with the white trim. That's a soothing departure from prior setups, in my opinion

A visitor from - posted Fri October 29, 2010:
Now THAT's an office!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun October 3, 2010:
Nice cockpit,if klm really buys the 787 the crew is sitting comfy.

A visitor from France posted Thu September 30, 2010:
This pic is a dream, a gift. Thanks!

A visitor from Ukraine posted Mon September 27, 2010:
Something new

A visitor from - posted Sun September 5, 2010:
It's very comfortable working place... Nice

A visitor from - posted Fri July 30, 2010:
Can not see location of the cockpit speaker or if there are mini speakes in the headrest.
will we still need a rubberband for the headset?

A visitor from - posted Thu July 29, 2010:
Awesome picture.

A visitor from - posted Sat July 24, 2010:
Do you reckon they can get TV on those MFD's?
Nice capture mate, and a beautiful cockpit.

A visitor from United States posted Fri July 23, 2010:
Did any of you guys and gals notice that the FMC's are in the lower MFD looks good

A visitor from El Salvador posted Fri July 23, 2010:
Nice shot and amazing shot, what else to expect from the Dreamliner, than a dream cockpit!

A visitor from - posted Fri July 23, 2010:
Next the whole cockpit will be touch screen

A visitor from Switzerland posted Fri July 23, 2010:
A very nice working place!

A visitor from Canada posted Thu July 22, 2010:
Yeah the beige looks better for sure, i dunno how i feel about this cockpit :S

A visitor from - posted Tue July 20, 2010:
The only thing I don't like about this cockpit is that it is very plasticky the whole center console is covered in plastic it doesn't have the touch of the 757

A visitor from United States posted Tue July 20, 2010:
WOW...so sleek...is the 787 the first Boeing to have tiller on both sides?

A visitor from - posted Tue July 20, 2010:
Pulling together the efforts of many countries and through the suite of the state-of-the-art technologies ever yields a fantastic outcome - this round-787, the one to wait for - A350)

A visitor from United States posted Mon July 19, 2010:
Amazing cockpit!

A visitor from - posted Mon July 19, 2010:
The cockpit of the jet I'll be a check airman on one day :)

A visitor from - posted Mon July 19, 2010:
Nice picture. Anibody knows if it make non-stop flight (ETOPS) between USA and UK?

A visitor from - posted Mon July 19, 2010:
I miss the beige which to me gives a feeling of warmth.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon July 19, 2010:
Beautiful flight deck! Its funny because at last a heavy airliner has the big widescreen displays that the small GA planes have had for some time - the big Garmins you see in the new Cessnas for example.

A visitor from United States posted Mon July 19, 2010:
Nice angle of view! And it appears that the Capt. is walking around Farnborough without his sun glasses :-)

A visitor from - posted Mon July 19, 2010:
Cool

A visitor from Mauritius posted Mon July 19, 2010:
Meh, my first time of seeing the 787 cockpit, but I'm not really as bowled over/ wowed like when I first saw Andrew Hunt's pic of the A380 cockpit. This just looks ordinary to me. Looovvvveeee the Heads Up Display though, makes it more futuristic, but hate the Boeing 787 sticker, I hope it's only for test airplane purposes.

A visitor from France posted Mon July 19, 2010:
Very nice cockpit!

A visitor from Canada posted Mon July 19, 2010:
Very clean and beautiful cockpit!

A visitor from Germany posted Mon July 19, 2010:
Now thats a simply wonderful flightdeck indeed !

A visitor from - posted Mon July 19, 2010:
OHH ! I can almost smell all that new airplane smell !!
oM5

A visitor from Italy posted Mon July 19, 2010:
THIS is THE photo I have been waiting so long!!!
;)

A visitor from United States posted Mon July 19, 2010:
The way a cockpit should look!

A visitor from Germany posted Mon July 19, 2010:
For me it looks more like a business jet cocpit, than a Boeing's, but I might say that it really looks nice. At last no more yellow color...

A visitor from - posted Mon July 19, 2010:
It's cool to see all the different cockpits now. If you were to line up a whole bunch of cockpit photos from the older days up until now, You would be able to spot so many differences. Nice Picture!

A visitor from United States posted Mon July 19, 2010:
A great shot of a great flight deck. Worth many, many stars.

A visitor from Singapore posted Mon July 19, 2010:
Love the HUD.

A visitor from - posted Mon July 19, 2010:
Beautiful plane, beautiful cockpit!!!

A visitor from - posted Mon July 19, 2010:
They are now installing an epaper application for the approach guide

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon July 19, 2010:
I presume those seats centralise about their respective control columns once a posterior is in place otherwise things could get interesting, not to mention sore!

A visitor from - posted Mon July 19, 2010:
Sweet!Oh, they still use oldshool telephones in there besides the new technique :)

A visitor from - posted Mon July 19, 2010:
Im not a real fan of the 787 but I have to say that is one awesome looking cockpit !!!

A visitor from Ireland posted Mon July 19, 2010:
Nice photo

A visitor from Jordan posted Mon July 19, 2010:
Pretty small standby AH indeed, but honestly most a/c nowadays it is a bit of a joke.

Also noted they removed the turning knob from the coms, it is just push buttons now. Might be easier and quicker to work with even, you punch-in the new freq, like you use the scratch pad on the fmc.

A visitor from - posted Sun July 18, 2010:
Sweet looking flight deck. To the chap worried about Captain Murphy, don't forget the magnetic compass at the top of the window. So between that and the back up AI, you have pitch, yaw and roll. Along with an ability to set engine power from the power levers, you have everything you need to fly the aircraft.

A visitor from United States posted Sun July 18, 2010:
Here's us simmers hoping PMDG or one of those better FSX developers would make a 787 like this for us to take command!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun July 18, 2010:
WOW super new nice office for the next 40 years!! Greetings from AMS and it was nice to have you over here!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun July 18, 2010:
Love the placard above the Captains PFD, 'Beoing787', just incase you forgot while flying!! ;-)

A visitor from United States posted Sun July 18, 2010:
What a tiny gear lever; putting the gear up is like flicking a lightswitch.

Beautiful cockpit, but I guess Boeing is done with beige!

A visitor from - posted Sun July 18, 2010:
So, if Capt. Murphy zaps all the magic, is the only back-up instrument that little AI (with ASI and altitude info included I assume) above the gear lever? That should be fun!

A visitor from Brazil posted Sun July 18, 2010:
Gotta love Boeing cockpits!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun July 18, 2010:
Wow!! What an utterly beautiful cockpit!! At least Boeing have maintained pleasing aesthetics inside the cockpit but the externally the cockpit windows still look a bit strange and cartoonish to me....not slick like the 757, 767 and 777.

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