Boeing unveils 'green' Dreamliner passenger jet

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  1. Flashback

    Flashback Senior Member

    Oct 29, 2006
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    Boeing unveils 'green' Dreamliner passenger jet |


  2. Shano

    Shano Established Member

    Aug 17, 2006
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    This is apparently being shown live on some cable TV channels in the US.

    Good possibility that video will also be streamed on the net.

    There was a link posted on another forum to some photos of this aircraft. Will try and find it and post here.
  3. Mal

    Mal Enthusiast

    Dec 25, 2004
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    Yep it's shown on a host of Satellite channels worldwide including some of the Australian satellites:

    Full list here:
    Boeing: Commercial Airplanes - 787 - 787 Premiere

    Also going to be available via live webcast on the Boeing's New Airplane and The Boeing Company websites.

    Monday @ 8:30am (Syd Time) is the start time. A few more details available at this press release: Boeing: Boeing Invites the World to View the 787 Premiere
  4. codash1099

    codash1099 Established Member

    Aug 2, 2006
    From the Boeing website:

    Boeing Statement on Qantas Airways 787 Dreamliner Announcement
    SEATTLE, July 06, 2007 -- Boeing today issued the following statement:
    "We at Boeing are very proud that Qantas Airways has decided to move forward with an order for 20 additional 787-9 Dreamliners plus options. Qantas is a key 787 customer with 45 airplanes currently on order and has a well-deserved reputation as one of the world's premier carriers. Boeing will work closely with Qantas to finalize the order in support of the airline's long-term growth plans.

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