Boeing unveils 'green' Dreamliner passenger jet

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Boeing unveils 'green' Dreamliner passenger jet | NEWS.com.au


THE eyes of the aviation world will be fixed on Boeing in Seattle this Sunday (Monday, Australian time) when the US aircraft giant unveils its 787 Dreamliner, the "green" passenger jet it hopes will revolutionise air travel.
The mid-sized plane, which seats up to 330 passengers and is capable of flying long-haul routes using up to 20 per cent less fuel while pumping out fewer greenhouse gases, will be rolled out for 300 gathered media.
 
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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.
 

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Shano said:
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.

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
 

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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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