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icaro3333 RT @JulianMoyazx78: El vuelo de pasajeros más ecológico El programa Dreamliner de Boeing intenta reducir el consumo de combustible para http://t.co/tNTe0uU9

brentcjang Review of 787 flown by Japan's ANA RT @lorirackl: Why Boeing's 787 Dreamliner is a game-changer http://t.co/aFb8JlXm

WanderngAramean Check out my walk-through of the @FlyANA_USA 787 this past week. Trippy when they turn on the rainbow lights. http://t.co/rjj1bu4k #video

brentcjang Air Canada CEO says race is on for leisure market. And AC sees longer wait for @Boeing 787. http://t.co/Bh7ZVEw1 #Dreamliner

NewsBoeing Composites on @BoeingAirplanes 787 #Dreamliner Heavily Researched - Design News : http://t.co/CVYt6KYb

MAmirBakhtiar New Blog Post: Is Your IT Systems a Dreamliner? - The 787 SHOWS US THAT NEW TECHNOLOGY BRINGS NEW RISKS  REP... http://t.co/c3clbNMZ

HC_Macias El vuelo de pasajeros más ecológico http://t.co/ffi9KqNn vía @muyinteresante

Pierre_Ali #Random There's nothing in this world that is not owned by a Nigerian! Except the 787 #Dreamliner

flyordieforum Want to have the Dreamliner on your phone all the time? Wallpaper free download for smartphones on Flyordieforum. http://t.co/WqdHmU5V Enjoy

egbegb @maryfranholm @Mindbridge @Serpentine The "DreamLiner" CREATES jobs. Issue is which factory and does it have capacity & price of expansion.

shaer_alneil Airbus A350 XWB Versus the Boeing 787 Dreamliner http://t.co/yKE3OWmY

boeing787tweets RT @ANA_flight_info: ★ボーイング787情報★本日11月1日より、ボーイング787が国内定期便として日本の空にTAKE OFF! Dreamliner~夢と笑顔を乗せて~ http://t.co/Y35HnYGj

boeing787tweets RT @bill_halloran: Composites on Boeing 787 Dreamliner Heavily Researched. See Design News story: http://t.co/QWfjpZ4X

bill_halloran Composites on Boeing 787 Dreamliner Heavily Researched. See Design News story: http://t.co/QWfjpZ4X

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What is the largest passenger plane: Spruce Goose,Airbus A380,or 787 Dreamliner?Please Help Assgnment Due Fri. by J C Q:

A: AIRBUS A380 is the largest passenger airplane. The Dreamliner will be the best airplane due to its amazing numbers and fuel economy. It is a very good investment for Boeing and the A380 not. They have a lot of problems with thr delivery and many orders have been cancelled. you can read a lot about it in Wikipedia. good luck

Will the Boeing 797 be a new type of jumbo jet or just another dreamliner? by helper725 Q:

A: They haven't even flown the 787 yet, I doubt they have any concrete plans for the next one right now. However the market may not be able to support two jumbos, so why would they build a third. The 747 is still going strong and can easily be updated without having to make a completely new aircraft. I think the 797 will be something a bit more revolutionary. I'm still hoping that the sonic cruiser concept will go forward. Airlines are very conservative organizations and don't embrace new technology easily. I think the next new plane will be either a sonic cruiser styly plane, or a blended wing/body design. There's only so far you can go with a standard tube fuselage configuration.

Where can I find detailed financial information about the Boeing 787 dreamliner project? by Dave White Q: Is it public? I need detailed report of all the money they spent on the project including subcontracting costs, labor costs, etc. I need this for one of my project. Cheers,

A: Boeing 787 Dreamliner Facts Boeing: Commercial Airplanes- News Releases (detailed financial information about the Boeing 787 dreamliner project) Boeing 787 Dreamliner Long-Range, Mid-Size Airliner - Aerospace ... News and information successful new commercial airplane, fuel efficiency and a smoother ride. - Aerospace Technology "Boeing shares work, but guards its secrets" Boeing 787 Dreamliner financing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqVoVjE0Fuw

What are some new features of the 787 Dreamliner? by Lab Accident Q:

A: The 787 will have 50% of it's structure made of composites. This will be be only one of the reasons this aircraft will differ from all others. The engines are the next generation of power plants from G.E. that will be more quiet, economical in their operation and will be of the non-bleed-air type. In today's airliners air is taken from the engine under pressure to feed the systems that run through out the structure for air conditioning and pressurization. Eliminating this system and going to one that runs off the electricity already being generated by the engines results in further economics. Decreased complexity and reduced weight are the result. The air in the cabin will be of higher pressure and contain more humidity. The cabin itself looks like something from Star Trek N.G. complete with L.E.D. mood lighting that is supposed to reduce stress and jet lag. Go to this web address for Boeing's fine 787 presentation. http://www.newairplane.com/

what is the 787 dreamliner going to replace? by douggg737 Q: what boeing aircraft is the 787 going to replace? i heard it was the 767, which i wanted to fly when i get older but mabey not. What airline is going to be using it, and like what type of flight would they use it for? Like from boston to miami or longer? i hope it doesnt replace the 737 or 767 or even the 757, and the connection jets. Any other information of this nature of the aircraft would be apprectiated.

A: It is definitely replacing the 767 like said above and it's also around to eat the Airbus A330's lunch. In addition to the deficiencies listed above 767s can't carry 2 standard LD3 cargo containers abreast in the belly because they're too narrow, so airlines can't get as much cargo revenue if they used say a 767 over an A330. The 787 is 1 seat wider and allows use of standard LD3s. It's designed for long international routes with low-medium yields. The 787 has a very long range and low operating costs which makes it suitable for those types of routes. It can also do shorter flights easily. I could see it replacing 767s, but it's unlikely they're replacing 757s, 737s, or RJs because they're far too big.

Has the 787 Dreamliner had its first flight yet? by Pizza Man Q: if not, then have they scheduled a date for it yet?

A: The current tentative date for the first flight is in March 2008. And that actually worries me somewhat. When Boeing last introduced its last all new design (the 777) there was only 2 months between the rollout and the first flight. Despite the delays, Airbus rolled out the A380 in December 2004 (and it was unpainted, and some components were not installed yet, see first two links), yet it was still flying in April 2005, 4 months later. Boeing rolled out the 787 on July 2007 and the airframe was complete and it was even painted (see 3rd link), but it was said that some of those parts were not attached with aerospace fatseners, using non-flight worthy fasteners instead. The first flight was initially targeted for August, then postponed to October, and now delayed again at least 5 months, this does not jibe with an explanation of having issues with the supply chain. Supply chain problems may have an impact on the production of the 2nd and following articles, but usually not the first one. It is not really the timeliness of the supply that may be in quesiton, but the capability of the suppliers to deliver the right product in a state that does work. True, one can encapsulate all of this in a general "supply" issue, but when one mentions "supply chain" it is usually seen as the capability to deliver several similar components in a timely fashion in a quantity that matches that of the final demand, not the lack of acceptable products being offered in the first place. Boeing took a fairly large gamble with the high % composite in primary structure, and I cannot help but feel that they rushed a bit in there. Having spent 27 years in the areospace industry, I know that senior management's desire are sometime imposed on the technical folks, with irrealistics goals that are knowingly put in the schedule just to please the stock holders. The result is that the plane is late according to an irrealistic schedule (but right on time if the schedule was made realistically) and the reputation of the company suffers on top of that. And that is sad...

Is the Boeing Dreamliner 787 going to be flown by Lot Polish Airlines this summer? by Kat Q: They ordered the planes in 2007, and I am flying to Poland this summer(July7), do you think I will be flying on the Dreamliner?

A: NO the Boeing's launch customer is All Nippon Airways and their deliveries will start in LATE 2009. and btw, the dreamliner is yet to do its first flight in April. So you surely will not have the 787 dreamliner...So sorry...!! And enjoy your flight.....!!

So why no comments about the delays to the Boeing 787 Dreamliner? by AndyG45 Q: Strange. Whenever there is a problem over at Airbus the doom merchants are on here posting like mad. Yet now, when Boeing announce some hitches in the Dreamliner program it is oh so quiet! Just thought I would try to stimulate a little healthy debate. ;-) CharlesM, they would have to go some to beat the A380 EIS date, as Singapore Airlines start operations on 25th October this year! Also, I do know where to look for the right information, I just choose to not totally believe the spin put out by Boeing's PR department. I have thought i inevitable, for some time, that this program would experience slippage - I stand by that, and still feel that the dates will slip further, maybe by 3-6 months. Not as bad as Airbus, but hey..... It was inevitable that an aircraft so advanced would encounter problems, and for Boeing to claim otherwise was foolish. For a number of years they have capitalised on every shortcoming, minor or major, within Airbus; the phrase "chickens coming home to roost" springs to mind. Wolf, I'm not disagreeing with you. I think the Dreamliner is a wonderful and revolutionary aircraft and I look forward to seeing it in the skies. It seems you are involved with the program, and you should rightly be proud of what you are all achieving. But I think you have also made my point for me - if you are doing something this revolutionary there are going to be unforeseen problems and some delay is inevitable. Boeing are on record as saying how well the flight testing of the 787 software was going - and now they announce a problem with that! They maintain that they will still meet the ANA dates, by test flying "24/7", let us hope no corners are cut!! Airbus "screwed the pooch" royally, and heads rolled as a result. Let us just hope that Boeing have learnt by those mistakes, but I have yet to be convinced. A little cute with the figures there, AnthonyM. 787 FIRM orders actually now stand at 706, A380 orders stand at 173. Possibly also appropriate to do a like-with-like comparison? The 747-8 (the aircraft Boeing initially denied was even needed!!) has only 90 orders (cf 173) and the A350XWB already has 228 orders (cf 706).

A: Interesting point, however Boeing has only delayed the maiden flight. They are still adamant that the first delivery date of May 2008 will be met, so there is no need for the customers to worry. The A380 incident was different, the delays were massive and delivery schedule was affected in terms of years. ----------- ----------- ----------- --------------- -------------- ------------- I'd also add that Airbus' pessimists was partly Airbus' own doing, projecting the A380 as the greatest achievement and all. Such extraordinary claims required substantial progress which Airbus was unable to show. Just the way they hyped up the big bus, the opponents blew up the minor setbacks. The Dreamliner is a refinement of proven technology, logical and modest. Boeing has the technology and the confidence. For the end user all these means that minor setbacks can be negated and the beauty will fly in Airline's colors as scheduled. That explains the silence. IMO, this just proves that blow-ups work both ways! Modesty is still a virtue.

How comfortable is the Boeing 787 Dreamliner? by Samuelito Q: The 787 Dreamliner is a new commercial airplane built by Boeing and is now in production.

A: Since the plane hasn't even flown yet, who knows? It should be just like every other airplane in service today.

What are they going to do with the DREAMLINER Livery? by jonzofonix Q: Now that the 787 Dreamliner has had it's official rollout will Boeing change their house livery or stick with the dreamliner one?

A: We already changed the House Livery. All Posters Videos, Pictures, etc are in the New Color scheme.

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