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Old December 19th, 2011, 05:55 PM   #501
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Boeing South Carolina Site Achieves 787 Weight on Wheels Milestone
  • Production achievement marks continued momentum on first 787 built at site

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NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C., Dec. 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) announced today that its first South Carolina-built 787 put weight on wheels for the first time on Dec. 18.

"Our Boeing South Carolina team has achieved another significant milestone, putting weight on wheels," said Jack Jones, Boeing South Carolina vice president and general manager. "This is a result of both great local talent and dedication and talent and knowledge assembled from across Boeing Commercial Airplanes."

The airplane moved on its landing gear, via tug, to the next production position where electrical, hydraulic and mechanical systems installation and testing will continue over the next several weeks. Installation of the airplane's engines and interior will begin soon.

"To achieve weight on wheels just 24 months after breaking ground on this new facility is incredible," said Marco Cavazzoni, Boeing South Carolina Final Assembly and Delivery vice president and general manager. "This is a great testament to what can be done when a well-trained, knowledgeable and highly motivated team focuses on a common goal."

Boeing South Carolina remains on schedule for its first 787 Dreamliner delivery in the first half of 2012.

Made from composite materials, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner is the first mid-size airplane capable of flying long-range routes and will allow airlines to open new, non-stop routes preferred by the traveling public. As a result of innovative technologies, the airplane offers unparalleled operating economics, fuel efficiency and passenger comfort. More than 800 787s are on order by more than 50 airlines, a testament to the airplane's unique capabilities.

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Charleston forges ahead

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Boeing announced today that the first 787 to be built in their new plant in North Charleston has touched down on its wheels for the first time today. The weight on wheels means that this airplane will be rolled to the last final assembly spots for further assembly tasks. The airplane is destined for Air India and is designated ZA237, L/N 46. Boeing is expecting that this airplane should be delivered by mid -2012 but Jim Albaugh has indicated that it can be delivered earlier than that. It appears that this aircraft (from the photo above) is headed for the third position on the line where, according the the Boeing press release, it will receive mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems and under go testing. Presumably it will head to position 4 for interiors and engine installation.
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Boeing South Carolina Site Achieves 787 Weight on Wheels Milestone

Production achievement marks continued momentum on first 787 built at site

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C., Dec. 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA)
announced today that its first South Carolina-built 787 put weight on wheels for the
first time on Dec. 18.

"Our Boeing South Carolina team has achieved another significant milestone, putting weight on wheels," said Jack Jones, Boeing South Carolina vice president and general manager. "This is a result of both great local talent and dedication and talent and knowledge assembled from across Boeing Commercial Airplanes."

The airplane moved on its landing gear, via tug, to the next production position where electrical, hydraulic and mechanical systems installation and testing will continue over the next several weeks. Installation of the airplane's engines and interior will begin soon.

"To achieve weight on wheels just 24 months after breaking ground on this new facility is incredible," said Marco Cavazzoni, Boeing South Carolina Final Assembly and Delivery vice president and general manager.

"This is a great testament to what can be done when a well-trained, knowledgeable and highly motivated team focuses on a common goal."

Boeing South Carolina remains on schedule for its first 787 Dreamliner delivery in the first half of 2012.

Made from composite materials, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner is the first mid-size airplane capable of flying long-range routes and will allow airlines to open new, non-stop routes preferred by the traveling public. As a result of innovative technologies, the airplane offers unparalleled operating economics, fuel efficiency and passenger comfort. More than 800 787s are on order by more than 50 airlines, a testament to the airplane's unique capabilities.

In the background of the photograph is the next Dreamliner to be built at Charleston already in the wing-body join tooling in position 1. This airplane is ZA238, L/N 54 and is also destined for Air India.
In other news not too much is happening with the 787s at Everett though there seems to have been a lot of movement of the completed airframes from pictures on Matt Cawby's web site. ZA 104 made its first flight yesterday and Boeing, so far, is maintaining a delivery target for the end of this month. ZA116 had ANA pilots conducting radio checks today while ZA102 was supposed to conduct taxi tests now that it out of change incorporation. All three of these airplanes are scheduled for delivery late this month with ZA116's delivery coming up first. The next few days will be very interesting.

http://nyc787.blogspot.com/2011/12/c...ges-ahead.html
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Possible Delivery Delay for GEnx powered 787 ?

Given that the delays to the 787 for ANA are well documented, Boeing is pushing hard to get three more Dreamliners into the hands of the airline before the end of the year. The revised delivery schedule for this month shows that ZA116 should deliver around Dec. 27 with ZA104 and ZA102 delivering on Dec. 30th. Of course this is all subject to change.

The knock on effects maybe felt to the GEnx powered 787s. Let's review first. Boeing has flown almost all the test points for FAA certification of the GEnx-1B powered version of the 787. The remaining test points that need to be completed is functionality and reliability testing and ETOPs testing. Now Boeing completed some of this testing on the flight test version of the aircraft but the FAA requires that some portion of this testing to be done on a production version of the plane. Boeing has assigned ZA236 (L/N 35, VT-ANH). When Boeing ran the F&R/ETOPs testing on the Trent-1000 version of the airplane it was done on ZA102 (which is being prepared for delivery) and lasted about 300 hours.

I am assuming that Boeing will have to fly a similar number of hours for the GE powered machine but some of those hours have been done on the test flight birds (ZA005 and ZA006). It is unknown how many more hours will be needed to finish certification testing.

ZA236 has yet to fly and it seems that resources have been diverted from preparing this airplane for flight to preparing the three aforementioned ANA 787s for delivery. Flightblogger had reported that Boeing was to fly ZA236 by the middle of this month but it's now looking that it will be later this month. For the Trent-1000 version, Boeing conducted the 300 hour F&R/ETOPs over a 51 day period during this past summer. Assuming that Boeing has to only fly half that amount (150 hours) with ZA236 (with the rest already done by the test aircraft) which means about 3 to 4 weeks of flight tests and that testing starts soon after the New Year, the test program can wrap up around the end of January. Figure a couple of weeks before the FAA issues the amended type certificate (middle of February) then deliveries can take place start in middle to late February. This is assuming that there aren't any production issues holding up these airplanes and no unexpected issues that are revealed during the final F&R/ETOPs testing.

Boeing's delivery forecast for the GEnx-1B was very early 2012 (January) and internal documents up until last week had Boeing delivering the first to Japan Airlines in January 2012. This is now not the case as the situation is still very fluid.

http://nyc787.blogspot.com/2011/12/p...-for-genx.html
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Old December 23rd, 2011, 02:24 AM   #505
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That JAL livery is so boring.

Well I think only one of the 787 will be like that. Its the old classic Japanese livery.
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Old December 23rd, 2011, 01:00 PM   #506
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They're changing all their fleet's livery for this one so all the 787s will be like that unfortunately.
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Old December 26th, 2011, 08:48 PM   #507
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A new order at the end of the year from Transaero for 4 787s.
http://twitter.com/#!/TRANSAERO/stat...01331624271872

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Russia's Transaero to take four 787s

Russian carrier Transaero is to acquire four 262-seat Boeing 787s under an agreement which continues its recent fleet-renewal programme.

The airline said it had signed an agreement with the US airframer to take the aircraft. It has not disclosed an engine selection.

full article:
http://www.flightglobal.com/news/art...r-787s-366371/
Just like their other orders for the A380 and the 747-8I we have to see if they end up on the official order lists for this year. Boeing will publish it's final list in the 1st week of January, we'll see then.
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ANA launches Dreamliner on further domestic routes

787 services begin on Haneda-Osaka Itami and Haneda-Yamaguchi Ube from Jan 23
Haneda-Matsuyama from Mar 1
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Old December 28th, 2011, 05:58 PM   #509
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ANA to paint the number‘787’on its Dreamliners

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Japan’s largest airline and the launch customer of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, today unveiled the design of its third Dreamliner. The number ‘787’ will be painted on to the front of all further ANA Dreamliners to be delivered in FY2012. The numbers will be painted in big, bold, blue font at the front of the aircraft so that it is easily recognizable as the 787 Dreamliner.

The first two ANA Dreamliners already operating on ANA’s domestic service are painted with the numbers in a different shade of blue.

Aircraft carrying the numbers 787 on standard ANA livery: to be used on the third aircraft onwards




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I wish they put the 787 on the tail in place of the ANA.
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I wish they put the 787 on the tail in place of the ANA.
Well the placement decision is to reflect the first 787 livery.
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Updated 787 info ..no deliveries till Jan. 4th

UPDATE: The flyaway (from Everett) should occur on the 4th for 805A and 807A which means delivery (formal paper signing and transfer of money) should occur by the 3rd of January.

Just got a message as well as saw a posting on an airliners.net forum that all three 787s that were due to be delivered around now have "gone tech" meaning there is a maintenance related issue with all three airplanes.

JA805A (L/N 31, ZA116) was supposed to depart Everett 2 days ago and is now schedule to be flown out on Jan. 4th in an evening departure. JA807A (L/N 41, ZA104) will fly out the same day a little later after JA805A has left(it was to deliver on Dec. 30th and fly out a couple days later).

JA804A's (L/N 9, ZA102) delivery was also scheduled for Dec. 30th (fly out a couple days later) but also cancelled though for unknown reasons. It is not known when it will be ready for delivery though this aircraft has flown as recently as Dec. 30th (as had ZA104).

Currently there are no other 78 deliveries scheduled in January but this doesn't mean that Boeing will not deliver any more beyond the two aforementioned aircraft. The situation is very fluid and it is unknown if the issues affecting these two aircraft is something more endemic throughout all the 787s or if this a one off situation.

http://nyc787.blogspot.com/2011/12/u...-till-jan.html
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But there's a catch, the December 30th delivery wasn't canceled after all (according to a post on A-net).

ANA always signs for the delivery a couple days before the plane is physically handed over from Boeing. And ANA did sign the delivery papers on 2011/12/30, but with all the Japanese public holidays around new year it will only be delivered on the 2012/01/04.

It's JA805A that will go to ANA on the 4th, the 1st 787 with a long haul configuration.


This means that Boeing has formally delivered 3 787s in 2011.
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It looks like bad luck is still on the 787 production process, let's hope 2012 will be a better year for it, we all want to see plenty of 787s in the sky!
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This means that Boeing has formally delivered 3 787s in 2011.
Yes the delivery is only on paper I done some digging and Wikipedia updated the page saying the number of deliveries is now 3. I could not find an exact source from Boeing page regarding the delivery no.
Let's hope that tomorrow will bring us good news
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Boeing Completed Delivery Paperwork on Third 787 Dreamliner to ANA in 2011

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner JA805A landing at Paine Field on December 23rd.

I am just getting word directly from All Nippon Airways (ANA) that they did complete the paperwork on the 30th of December for the delivery of their third 787 Dreamliner. Although ANA will not take possession of the aircraft until January 4th, the airline considers the signing of the paperwork as the ”official delivery date.”

The aircraft will be JA805A (L/N 31), configured for long-haul international service.

Boeing had hoped to deliver five to seven Dreamliners in 2011, but additional delays hurt that timeline. They delivered their first 787 (JA801A) to ANA on September 27, 2011 and their second (JA802A) on October 15th, 2011.

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JA805A flying out tonight; JA807A a maybe

UPDATE: It appears that ZA104 will not be going anywhere due to ongoing tech issues. This aircraft did fly today and will also fly tomorrow. There should be more clarification on its status later this week. Currently both this aircraft and ZA102 are scheduled for delivery in January but I do expect at least one more 787 to be delivered this month. Currently NH9397 has left on its delivery flight to Tokyo.

According to Flightaware, NH9397 (also known as ZA116, JA805A, L/N 31) will flying out to Japan on its delivery flight at 6 pm Pacific Time. According to sources this aircraft should be parked at gate 206 when it arrive at Haneda International Airport tomorrow morning.

The same sources said that NH9399 (also known as ZA104, JA807A, L/N 41) is scheduled to leave Everett at 7:15PM Pacific time and will be parked at gate 205 when it arrives at Haneda. ZA104 took an earlier flight around the Washington State area supposedly by ANA pilots so it is unknown if this plane has actually been delivered.

These two airplanes are fitted with the Trent 1000 package "B" engines which brings fuel consumption to within 1% of promised specifications. These airplanes will be employed on ANA's international routes beginning with Tokyo-Beijing later this month followed by Tokyo-Frankfurt next month.

In related news, Flightblogger posted this afternoon on the 787's delivery issues

http://nyc787.blogspot.com/2012/01/j...07a-maybe.html
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Missing delivery forecast, Boeing faces "air pocket" on 787 output (Update2)

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Boeing failed to meet its 2011 delivery guidance of 15 to 20 747-8s and 787s, delivering just 12 of its newly certified aircraft, including nine 747-8 freighters and three of the long-range majority-composite twins to launch customer All Nippon Airways.

Beyond its missed forecast, the company faces a larger challenge of a gap in 787 deliveries after the preliminary batch of aircraft are delivered to ANA, Japan Airlines and Air India, while the company works to match its factory production rate with its delivery rate as it manages post-certification re-work.

ANA's third 787, equipped with the recently-certified Package B Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines and long-range 158-seat configuration, was contractually delivered to the carrier on December 30 and is expected to depart Paine Field in Everett for Japan as early as today, say company sources.

The aircraft was to have delivered in November, delaying the start of ANA's service from Tokyo-Haneda to Beijing from December to January, part of a block of seven that the carrier expected before the close of 2011.

Airplanes 41 and nine, both for ANA, were due for delivery in 2011 as well and will both be contractually delivered to the carrier in the first half of January. Both received US Federal Aviation Administration airworthiness certificates just before the close of the year, say company sources.

Boeing will make official its 2011 delivery figures Thursday.

Still outstanding is the regulatory approval of the General Electric GEnx-1B-powered 787, requiring Airplane 35 for Air India to serve as a production article to fly functionality and reliability (F&R) validations, now expected to make it maiden flight in the middle of the month. GE certification was to have been completed by year's-end, clearing the way for deliveries to the Indian flag carrier and Japan Airlines, which begins its first service from Tokyo-Narita to Boston in April.

JAL's first 787, Airplane 23, which completed change incorporation in San Antonio, Texas, is slated to be delivered in mid-February, said the carrier in December. The slip from the end of 2012 further confuses its status as GEnx-1B launch customer despite Air India's claims its first delivery would be ahead of JAL's.

An Economic Times of India report indicated Air India expected its first 787 later in January, a date that seems unlikely to be met with the outstanding certification requirements for the type. The carrier says it expects seven 787s to be delivered by June, all of which will undergo sale and leaseback transactions as part of Air India's financial restructuring. At least one of those seven, Airplane 46, will be delivered from Boeing's Charleston, South Carolina final assembly line.

According to its Z24 schedule, formalized in November, Boeing plans to deliver 45 787s to customers in 2012, or approximately three to four each month, down from the 61 it had planned in Z23. Boeing maintains its goal of meeting a rate of 10 aircraft per month by the end of 2013.

While, Boeing has focused its resources on preparing its early ANA, Air India and JAL aircraft, some 10 787s, including the late 2011 planned deliveries, the company continues to run its final assembly operations at 2.5 aircraft per month, building aircraft that will require re-work, albeit less, to prepare for delivery.

With travelled work still flowing to final assembly in Everett, the company slows its own learning curve by continuing to flow out-of-sequence assembly tasks that would otherwise be done by its suppliers or facilities in Charleston, increasing the difficulty of learning a consistent delivery of a completed statement or work, say industry observers.

Further, the concern, say several directly familiar with the manufacturing operations, is as much the near-term pacing of aircraft as it is the aircraft parked in long-term storage and shuffled around the Everett campus that have not yet gone through significant change incorporation and rework, creating an "air pocket" in deliveries after the initial batch is delivered as resources are brought to bear on the less-complete aircraft.

Boeing aims to build a 787 that will not require any re-work by Airplane 63, say those familiar with the plan, delivering the factory complete jetliner directly to its pre-flight preparations for production and customer evaluations.

The company has received parts for 787s up to Airplane 56.

If Boeing meets its goal of making Airplane 63 its no-rework aircraft - a goal that at one point was to be met by the 16th and 34th 787s built - fully 59 aircraft will have required post-assembly modifications, including three of the six flight test aircraft.

http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/fl...cast-boei.html
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Boeing published it's final order update for 2011.
http://active.boeing.com/commercial/orders/index.cfm

In the last week of December it could add 25 787-9s to an unidentified customer to it's order book, making 2011 a positive year order wise.

The numbers:
Gross orders: 45
Cancellations: -32
Net orders: 13

It could be the order of 25 787s for Air France-KLM.


After 2 years of negative orders finally a positive year again for the 787 even with the delivery problems.
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