On Tuesday, Boeing’s newest Dreamliner took to the air for the first time. The completion of the flawless five-hour flight is excellent news for the Dreamliner program, which has suffered delays, fires, and a mandatory grounding order from the FAA.
Boeing has booked 388 orders for the new plane, the 787-9, which holds more passengers and can fly farther than the original 787-8. But if you aren’t convinced that Boeing is fully back on track, this photo of the 787-9 flying past Mt Rainier may do the trick.
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