I see in the latest Boeing firing order that All Nippon seem to have cancelled all their upcoming 787-9s. Looks like some changes could be in progress for their built undelivered ones too. Seems like NH wants to cancel all the troublesome RR-powered 789s and decided to wait for its GE-powered airfr...Jump to post
Not sure if this is the right forum, but does anyone have or know of a list of all the 787 ModeS codes?
The reason i ask is that my aircraft radar on my rpi only supplies me with the type plus modes and not the registrations of each aircraft. I am only after the 787 codes.
These four issues with the rear of the aircrafy now appears to effect line numbers 6 to 687, as well as 689-873, 875-885, 889-890, 895-897Jump to post
Apprently there multiple issues. The two in this topic and a third with the horizontal stabilizer on new aircraft not yet in serviceJump to post
This is way more serious than first thoughJump to post
Exactly what i thoughtJump to post
Just been sent this
The affected planes haven’t been delivered to customers yet, and “We expect these inspections to affect the timing of 787 deliveries in the near term,” spokesman Peter Pedraza said in a statement.
Thus far we appear to have
Only six to find...
Has anyone figured out which registrations. Fron what i know apparently its Singapore x 1 United x1 and Air Canada x 6Jump to post
Donwe know whoch registrations it is effectingJump to post
I meant its a rather large issue, not something small. Yes a small number of airframes effected but something that MAY have caused a structural failure during flight.Jump to post
If this goes back to the first aircraft then we could see all 787s grounded again.Jump to post
I think this is rather more than a small oversight. To me small oversight is a coffee machine not working, however a part that could possibly cause the destruction of the airframe is a rather large boo booJump to post
Sorry i meant which particular aorframes (the registrations) with so many parked atm its hard to figure outJump to post
Do we know which aircraft ate effectedJump to post
Anyone remembers the B787 caught on fire in LHR few years back? I mention this is because the location of the fire is extremely similar, near the rear left door, on B787 it is L4 door galley. On this B777, it seems to be in a similar location. Yes I am sure the B777 is a entirely different circumst...Jump to post
Hi all, As we all know Boeing are in between a rock and hard place at this time with the 777x "issues" and not to mention the 737 issues. We all also know that they are/where developing the 797. My question is, wouldn't the 787-3 have been a perfect replacement for the 757s And if not why ...Jump to post
Someone83 wrote:MoKa777 wrote:B787register wrote:Zipair Tokyo is the first taking one of Japan's JA822J
That's just an internal transfer, no?
Yes, a few of their oldest (and heaviest) ones are being transfered to Zipair
It's still ongoing although not as bad as it was some airframes are still grounded after a yearJump to post
I think from my records which I'm not allowed to post I only have evidence of 1 B787 that needed it's fuel tanks to under going a aqueous wash shortly after it was built due to FOD. That was in Everett. Besides Qatar not accepting any Charleston birds, namely due to paint issues nothing more, I have...Jump to post
I saw it on another site, I guess that they guessed it was for sale as per this- NEW BOEING B787-8 with Warranties ready for immediate delivery at a fantastic low price.; ; IFR FlightRules; 18 Business, 244 Economy :FWD, MID & AFT Galleys Interior; 2017 Year Interior; 2017 Year Painted; White Ta...Jump to post
qf789 wrote:Scoot 789 9V-OJI on the flightline
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