NG263 wrote:As referred to in my earlier post, LN 18 actually departed on its first flight today. This is also the only one of the Teens left that is still in the colours of it's "original" operator, ANA. LN 10 and LN 19 are currently painted white:
by Woodys Aeroimages on Twitter: https://twitter.com/woody2190/status/827251759655424000
N14AZ wrote:Any news on the first 787-1000 prototype? Some pictures have been shown here at the end of last year. How does she look now?
N14AZ wrote:817Dreamliiner wrote:First Korean Air 787-9 LN525 in full livery:
What a beauty! Thanks for sharing this picture!
Regarding the 787-10: thanks @ NYC777 and jeffrey for the information
817Dreamliiner wrote:First Korean Air 787-9 LN525 in full livery:
travelhound wrote:NYC777 wrote:
I see China Southern and Hainan Airlines are both taking 787-9's. Not bad considering both airlines do not have any 787's on order.
travelhound wrote:I see China Southern and Hainan Airlines are both taking 787-9's. Not bad considering both airlines do not have any 787's on order.
Momo1435 wrote:travelhound wrote:I see China Southern and Hainan Airlines are both taking 787-9's. Not bad considering both airlines do not have any 787's on order.
You should take a look at the "Unidentified Customers" on the 787 order book, which are not unidentified as all are accounted for including the orders for China Southern and Hainan Airlines.
travelhound wrote:I think it just goes to show that there are probably more orders out there than what the O&D list suggests.
If we consider QF for instance, their purchase rights came with delivery slots. They have a time frame of approximately 2 years to firm the orders before they loose the slots.
Hainan already have a large fleet of 787's (some leased), so it wouldn't surprise me if this airline has considerably more 787's in the pipeline.
Momo1435 wrote:There doesn't have to be years between placing a firm order and receiving the planes anymore.
Momo1435 wrote:I'm wondering to when the first non SIA 787-10 will appear in the list. There's only the 2nd prototype, the one with the GE engines, that will not go to SIA but's there's no customer listed yet. Does anyone have any idea who will take it?
Momo1435 wrote:NYC777 wrote:
Another thing I noticed,
There are 6 787-9 on firing order for United, but they currently only have 5 left on order. In other words, there's another shake-up of their order on the way.
KarelXWB wrote:The first 787-10 will roll out on Friday.
https://twitter.com/BoeingAirplanes/sta ... 7337508864
seabosdca wrote:Karel, I believe that's the same picture Boeing put out before. Certainly if it's rolling out on Friday the aircraft will need to be farther along in the process than that.
Polot wrote:seabosdca wrote:Karel, I believe that's the same picture Boeing put out before. Certainly if it's rolling out on Friday the aircraft will need to be farther along in the process than that.
The aircraft afaik is currently in the paint hangar. That is an older pic; Boeing doesn't want to spoil their reveal of the completed aircraft.
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