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Old February 4th, 2012, 07:02 PM   #561
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Has any of flown on this baby yet ? If yes what was it like ?
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LN40 / ZA117 / JA-806A (ANA #6) : On the Everett flightline but has yet to fly. First flight rumoured for 6th Feb with delivery on the 19th.

LN23 / ZA177 / JA-822J (JAL #1) : On the Everett flightline and has flown previously to and from San Antonio for rework. Delivery rumoured to be scheduled for 27th Feb but obviously dependent on GenX certification.

LN33 / ZA179 / JA-825J (JAL #2) : On the Everett flightline but has yet to fly. Delivery rumoured to be scheduled for 27th Feb but obviously dependent on GenX certification.

LN35 / ZA236 / VT-ANH (AIC #1) : On the Everett flightline having made one brief flight this week cut short due to electrical problems. Currently wearing N1015B and will transfer to Boeing field when ready for GenX certification work.

LN29 / ZA233 / VT-AND (AIC #2) : Currently in San Antonio undergoing rework to where it transferred at the beginning of August. Should transfer back to Everett in the next couple of months.

LN42 / ZA105 / JA-808A (ANA #7) : Was talked about as a December delivery but Matt Cawby has photographed this week inside the EMC being jacked up. Perhaps this frame has only recently gone into change incorporation ?
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Old February 5th, 2012, 01:47 AM   #564
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by Akira Uekawa - JA807A (cn 34508/41) Osaka - Itami International (ITM / RJOO) Japan, January 23, 2012

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Hello, Osaka! NH025 from Tokyo-Haneda is moments away from touch down on R/W32L and completing 787's first passenger flight to Osaka-Itami as the gloomy sky creates some interesting reflections on her smooth fuselage. What a great moment to welcome a 787 at the airport near my home town, it's a view I've ever dreamed of since years ago. Thanks for Mr.Hiro Masuda for enjoying this great time together with some background stories of hard-work he's done for this beauty.
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Old February 5th, 2012, 07:20 PM   #565
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Boeing starts final 787/GEnx F&R/ETOPs testing?

It looks as if Boeing may have started the final F&R/ETOPS testing for the GEnx-1B powered version of the 787 Dreamliner. ZA236 (L/N 35, VT-ANH), a production standard airplane destined for customer Air India and recently transferred to Boeing Field took off at about 11AM PST from Boeing Field and flew a 6h 40min test flight down and up the Pacific coasts of Washington, Oregon, and California before returning to Boeing Field. It is understood that ZA236 had transferred to Boeing Field was the express purpose of conducting the final F&R/ETOPs tests flights in order to gain final certification for this version of the 787.

It is unknown, at this time, how many hours still need to be flown for the final phases of this test program but when Boeing flew the F&R/ETOPs test for the Rolls Royce powered version of the 787, they ran it to 300 flight test hours with ETOPS testing being done concurrently with the F&R testing on the test flights. Boeing has already run some of hte F&R/ETOPs testing on ZA006, a test airplane which is currently undergoing re-work and refurbishment ot a production standard airplane in San Antonio. The FAA is requiring Boeing to fly some portion of hte F&R/ETOPs testing o na production standard airplane. This testing has been delayed due to technical issues with ZA236, the nature of which is currently unknown.

Assuming that Boeing will still have to fly 300 flight test hours and assuming that half of this testing done by ZA006 is considered complete by the FAA, then Boeing may have to run about 150 flight test hours on ZA236. Assuming about 8 flight test hours per flight that would mean that ZA236 would have to fly 20 days in order to complete final certification flight tests for the GEnx 787. That would leave roughly a week for Boeing to submit the final type certification paperwork to the FAA and to get their final review and approval so that Boeing can begin deliveries to JAL and Air India a the end of this month. This is very tight. Current Boeing plans show have that ZA177 (L/N 23, JA822J) and ZA129 (L/N 33, JA825J) are being prepared for delivery on Feb. 27th with ZA179 scheduled to make its first flight on Feb. 7th. Whether Boeing can hold to this schedule depends on the pace of the F&R/ETOPs testing and any issues that may be revealed as a result of this testing.

Additionally Boeing has an ANA 787, ZA117 (L/N 40, JA806A) tentatively scheduled for delivery around Feb. 19th with a first flight date of Feb. 7th. All these schedules are tentative schedules and may (probably) will change over the course of the next few weeks.

http://nyc787.blogspot.com/2012/02/b...f-testing.html
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Old February 5th, 2012, 09:38 PM   #566
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Old February 5th, 2012, 10:38 PM   #567
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Boeing inspects 787s after aft fuselage composite delamination

By Jon Ostrower on February 4

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Delamination prompts Boeing to inspect 787 fleet
Jon Ostrower/Washington, D.C.

Boeing again faces a manufacturing quality issue, requiring inspections and repairs of its 787 fleet.

Structural stiffeners were found to be improperly joined to the composite skin in the aft sections of the aircraft, causing parts of the aircraft's carbon fibre structure to delaminate, confirms the airframer.

"Boeing has found that incorrect shimming was performed on support structure on the aft fuselage on certain airplanes in our facility in Everett, [Washington]," said the airframer.

Flightglobal has confirmed there are at least three affected airframes, Airplanes 56, for All Nippon Airways, where the problem was first discovered, and Airplanes 57 and 58, the first two aircraft for Qatar Airways.

Boeing declined to say how many 787s have this issue, though sources indicated that there are "significantly more" than the three initially identified in the factory.

Programme sources say the stiffeners, or longerons that run along the length of the aircraft, are delaminating around the rear opening of the Section 48 section above and below the cutout known as the "bird's mouth" that holds the Alenia Aeronautica-built horizontal stabiliser.

Boeing said the issue is a "straightforward repair" and poses no "short-term safety concern" and the airframer said its inspections have revealed "delamination in some instances."

Boeing is currently conducting inspections on the already built 787s and those waiting to be assembled, at least 50 airframes, in Everett and its North Charleston, South Carolina facilities.

"We have this condition well-defined and we are making progress on the repair plan," said Boeing and declined to say if the inspections were slowing preparations for delivering additional 787s.

The issue, identified around 24 January was traced to assembly of the aft fuselage by Boeing South Carolina, Formerly Vought Aircraft Industries, where Sections 47 and 48 are fabricated, assembled and stuffed with systems before being delivered to final assembly lines in North Charleston or Everett.

When the longerons are installed on the wound carbon fibre barrel, frames and longerons are secured to the skin of the structure to give it strength. When natural variations in the fit of parts exists, aerospace mechanics will install shims, or spacers, which compensate for variations and wedge into structure to create a tighter fit.

Without the shims, damage can be sustained to the composite when fasteners are installed by pulling the structure together, damaging the layers of carbon fibre.

Over the long-term composite delamination can decrease the fatigue life of the aircraft's structure.

Boeing said it has "already taken appropriate steps to address this issue" in South Carolina, declining to elaborate on what steps it has taken.

"We have already notified our early customers to ensure they are informed and aware of our plans to make repairs, should they be needed," the company said.

ANA, currently the sole operator of five 787s, said: "Currently we are not experiencing the issue; however, we are aware of this issue arising at the factory, and will take appropriate action when contacted by Boeing."

For the affected aircraft, Boeing said its "current plan", which one programme source described as "tedious", will not require the removal of the 787's tail cone and horizontal stabiliser to fix the longerons, its initial remedy for aircraft in the factory, and it can "address this condition without removal of any major structural parts."

"Repairs, should they be needed, will be implemented in the most efficient manner possible," said Boeing in order to maintain a design that conforms with its airworthiness certification standards.

Boeing has faced manufacturing quality issues before, most notably the June 2010 inspection, teardown and reinstallation of many Alenia Aeronautica-built horizontal stabilisers after many were assembled without proper shimming creating gaps in the structure that threatened the fatigue life of the empennage.

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Old February 7th, 2012, 06:48 AM   #568
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Old February 7th, 2012, 12:35 PM   #569
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The Cockpit view of ANA B787 Dreamliner.
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View of middle part in B787 Dreamliner about 1st inaugural flight to Okayama as NH651. Everybody exciting in this happy flight!
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Fixed Back Shell style seat for economy class at rear part in the B787 cabin. With 31 inch seat pitch.
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Cabin overview of Dreamliner as NH654 from Okayama/OKJ to Tokyo/HND. 2nd day of B787 inaugural domestic flight!
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Boeing confirms the start of final testing phase for 787/GEnx certification

Boeing confirmed to me this afternoon that they have indeed started the final phase of certification testing for the GEnx-1B powered version of the 787. What is unknown is how many hours Boeing will need to fly this airplane in order to complete this final phase. Boeing is still planning to deliver the first 787s powered by this engine by the end of this month to JAL, though with the recent delamination issues that Flightblogger revealed on Saturday evening, this schedule may well be in doubt though Boeing says this will have no effect on production. Boeing doesn't expect the need to remove major structural assemblies to gain access to the affected area and make repairs to the shim which they have describe as straightforward.

http://nyc787.blogspot.com/2012/02/b...l-testing.html
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ZA002 to be retired in Palmdale California

After ZA001 was retired from its short career, Boeing now confirmed that ZA002 (the second test plane in ANA colors) is flying to Palmdale, California for decommissioning and retirement.

The current status of the other test planes:
- ZA003 is performing trips around the world to market the 787 (The DreamTour), soon it will appear on the Singapore Airshow for the first time
- ZA004 is the last RR powered 787 test plane and this one stays ready for performing specific tests, often including new technology that is tested for the 787-9 and/or will be used on the 787 (or other programs) later. But it's uncertain if Boeing will keep this plane for testing, they may sell it to a VIP customer.
- ZA005 and ZA006 are the two GE powered 787's, they are not really bussy anymore. They do some additional testing for the GE certification and tests for Boeing only. Normally they will be sold to VIP customers. The last part of the GE certification is performed by ZA236, a production aircraft for Air India.

About this final GE testing, Boeing confirmed on Monday that they finally started the final phase of the GE ETOPS and F&R certification testing. But they didn't mention the amount of hours to be flown. Boeing claims they will deliver the first GE powered 787's this quarter and internal sources say they want to deliver the first two JAL 787's at the end of this month. But this seems very unlikely...first they have to finish testing (ETOPS and F&R testing on the RR powered 787's took about 3 weeks), than the FAA needs some time to finalise the certification and than Boeing has to deliver. And the new problems that were announced last weekend may delay further. So end of this quarter...hopefully...end of this month...don't think so.

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner Debuts in Bangkok for Dream Tour
  • - Revolutionary new airplane visits Southeast Asia for first time
  • - Dreamliner demonstrates point-to-point, long distance capability flying nonstop from Seattle

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BANGKOK, Feb. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing's (NYSE:BA) new mid-size passenger airplane, the 787 Dreamliner, touched down here after demonstrating its long-range capabilities by flying nonstop from Seattle's Boeing Field to Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport -- a distance of 7,679 miles (12,358 km). The visit is part of Boeing's Dream Tour.

"We are delighted to say 'yindee tonrup' (welcome) to Boeing's 787 Dreamliner on its first visit to Southeast Asia," said Piyasvasti Amranand, president of Thai Airways International (THAI). "This airplane will provide an unparalleled and innovative physical flying experience to our passengers. Coupling that with our acclaimed 'Touches of Thai' onboard service will provide our guests with an unbeatable travel experience."

THAI, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Thailand, is among more than 50 of the world's top airlines that will fly the Dreamliner. The airline's first eight 787's are being leased from International Lease Finance Corporation (ILFC).

"Boeing is honored that Thai Airways International will be flying the Dreamliner," said Ralph (Skip) Boyce, president of Boeing Southeast Asia, who watched the 787 land in Bangkok. "We're glad it's visiting Bangkok so Prime Minister Yingluck, THAI President Piyasvasti, his pilots and other THAI team members can experience this remarkable airplane firsthand."

Also in Bangkok was Ray Conner, senior vice president of Sales and Customer Support for Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Speaking from Suvarnabhumi International Airport, he noted that more than 800 787s are on order, calling that "a testament to the airplane's unique capabilities."

"As a result of its innovative new technologies, the 787 Dreamliner offers unmatched operating economics, fuel efficiency and passenger comfort," Conner added. "It is truly an airplane of the 21st century, providing better environmental performance in addition to an outstanding flying experience for passengers and airlines alike. We look forward to demonstrating the airplane's capabilities to the THAI team."

During its three-day stay in Thailand, the Dreamliner will be on display for invited media and guests to tour the aircraft interior. On Saturday, the 787 will depart for the Singapore Airshow where it will be on static display.

Aviation enthusiasts can follow the progress of the 787 tour at www.newairplane.com/787/dreamtour.

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner Arrives in Singapore
  • - First passenger airplane made from composite materials visits Southeast Asia on Dream Tour
  • - 787's ability to fly long distance, point-to-point routes appeals to passengers wanting to avoid hub airports

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SINGAPORE, Feb. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing's (NYSE:BA) new mid-size passenger airplane, the 787 Dreamliner, touched down here today for the Singapore Airshow. The airplane will be on static display Feb. 14 -17.

The Dreamliner demonstrated its long-range capabilities a few days ago, flying nonstop from Seattle's Boeing Field to Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport -- a distance of 7,679 miles (12,358 km).

The 787, the first new airplane type of the 21st century, has garnered more than 800 orders from airlines around the globe. Singapore Airlines has 20 of the higher capacity 787-9s on order.

Made from lighter composite materials, the 787 is the first mid-size passenger airplane capable of flying nonstop to many more distant cities without having to go through a hub airport. That capability for a mid-size jet pleases not only passengers who would no longer need to detour to a hub airport, but also airlines who can establish long-haul routes previously served only by jumbo jets requiring many more passengers to be profitable.

The Dreamliner is in the midst of a six-month Dream Tour taking it around the world so customers and partners can experience the revolutionary jet first hand. The Dream Tour airplane, test plane ZA003, is outfitted with the 787's special cabin features including a welcoming entryway, dramatically larger dimmable windows, bigger bins and dynamic LED lighting. The airplane is configured with a luxurious business-class cabin, an overhead crew rest compartment and an economy class section.

Aviation enthusiasts can follow the progress of the 787 tour at www.newairplane.com/787/dreamtour.

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No 787 Deliveries in February

Information just received indicates that while Boeing will be preparing 787s for delivery including the first deliveries of the GEnx-1B powered 787s. However, none of these airplanes will be delivered this month. It looks like these airplanes are being delayed about three and a half weeks.
According to information just received, ZA117 (JA806A, L/N 40) will be delivered to ANA around March 14th. This aircraft just had its first flight on Feb. 7. Both JA177 (JA822J, L/N 23) and ZA179 (JA825J, L/N 33) are scheduled to be delivered to Japan Airlines around March 24 with ZA179 tentatively scheduled to make its first flight around Feb. 13th (ZA177 had its first flight last year).

Lastly, ZA105 (JA808A, L/N 42) is scheduled to make its first flight around Feb. 29th but no delivery date has been set.
Undoubtedly this schedule shift has been caused by the need to check the aft fuselage for improper shimming installation and to take corrective measures if any are needed. Flightblogger has revealed that the inspections would take about three days but any work to correct any problems would take about two weeks per aircraft. This new schedule would corroborate this time estimate.

Meanwhile, Boeing contiues F&R/ETOPs testing on ZA236. On Wednesday/Thursday this aircraft flew a long 19 hour flight essentially Etch-A-Sketching "787" and the Boeing Corporate logo in the skies over the Western and Mid-Western sections of the country. Thus far this aircraft has flown 48.5 hours. It is expected that this airplane needs to fly about 150 hours to finish the certification program for the GEnx powered 787s.

http://nyc787.blogspot.com/2012/02/n...-february.html
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A lot of 787's waiting to fly. Can't wait to get on my first American Airlines 787 flight.
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