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  1. Flight1 now have the sales page up and ready to take orders! QualityWings Ultimate 787™ Collection for FSX QualityWings, one of the industry leaders in flight simulation now brings you the The Ultimate 787™ Collection for FSX. The Boeing™ 787 Dreamliner™ is a tech marvel of aviation. Using advanced composites, fuel efficiency, new electrical designs, new engine types, the 787 ushers in the future in aircraft design. You can now experience this airliner in FSX (soon to be available in P3D variants). This product is an officially licensed product from Boeing™, and QualityWings has left almost no stone unturned in covering the vast array of features of the 787. Exterior Models Choose between three highly accurate and detailed models: Boeing™ 787-8 Boeing™ 787-9 Boeing™ 787-10 (Release TBD) Based on hundreds of drawings, photos and videos, the exterior models replicate every small detail of the real airplane. Differences between each variant - such as for the main landing gear - are modeled in great detail. In addition we made sure that material reflectivity, aircraft lights and animations closely resemble the real aircraft. There are over 100 Custom animations on the exterior models including, but not limited to: Realistic Wing Flex 787-9 HLFC System Environmental Control System inlets & outlets 787-specific "Autodrag" function 787-specific Maneuver Load Alleviation All Flight Controls APU Inlet Door Landing gear incl. Shock Strut Compression Passenger & Cargo Doors with correct animation And much, much more… Link... http://www.flight1.com/products.asp?product=qw787
  2. No hacker needed to lose control of an airplane... http://www.theverge.com/2015/5/1/8530737/787-dreamliner-software-bug-faa
  3. 55 Boeing Dreamliners 'have potential' Fuselage Problem http://news.yahoo.com/55-boeing-dreamliners-potential-problem-065312499.html '...55 of its flagship 787 Dreamliners "have the potential" to develop a fuselage shimming problem, but reiterated that the fault was being fixed.' '... has reported that improperly joined pieces had caused "parts of the aircraft's carbon fibre structure to delaminate".' '...up to airplane 55 in round numbers have the potential for the shimming issue...' '...very fixable and we are in the process of fixing the airplanes that are in flow, there is not a safety or flight issue on the airplanes that we've delivered...' '... arose because "incorrect shimming was performed on support structure on the aft fuselage" of some 787s.' '"...something that we can address in a short period of time. It will impact some short-term deliveries but in terms of the number of deliveries for the year, it shouldn't have any impact at all,"'
  4. Hi all! I said I'd upload these photos in August, but I've only just got around to uploading them! The day started out pretty normal, but I was watching Boeing's 787, N787BA, flying out of Moscow. We weren't sure that it would stop at Shannon and, when the aircraft was at about 40,000ft over Northen Ireland, we were sure it wasn't going to stop. But then, it rapidly descended. So a fast trip to Shannon was called for! Here's the Dreamliner, sitting on the ramp of EINN. This is the actual view from the landside (yes, landside!) viewing area on Floor 3 And here's a slightly zoomed in view An Aer Lingus A330 goes out to the active on it's way to America The next major visitor was British Airway's 'Baby Bus' - the transatlantic Airbus A318, with the callsigns 'Speedbird 1/2/3/4' - bit different to Concorde! And finally, Onmi's 767 on a trooping flight, I think Thanks for viewing!
  5. UK holiday carrier Monarch Airlines has emerged as the latest customer to cancel its Boeing 787 order, confirming it was the carrier behind last week's axing of six aircraft from the twinjet's backlog. The company said it has "reassessed its decision" to purchase the aircraft, following plans disclosed in June to concentrate on reinforcing its scheduled short-haul operations. But it added that the cancellation "does not affect" the plan by its maintenance arm, Monarch Aircraft Engineering, to support the 787. "Further consideration will be given to developing and strengthening long-haul options in the future." Monarch, which revealed its plan to acquire the Rolls-Royce Trent-powered 787s in 2006, had originally intended to take delivery from 2010. But it recently said that delays to the programme had pushed their introduction back to around 2014. Its order cancellation brings the number of 787s in the firm backlog down to 821.
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