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Old January 19th, 2011, 03:21 AM   #101
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Japan Airlines (JAL) - Boeing 787-846 Dreamliner



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Old January 19th, 2011, 03:48 AM   #102
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Bueno veremos si ahora si es cierto..podremos ver unos cuantos a final de anio en los cielos.
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Old January 20th, 2011, 03:43 PM   #103
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Boeing expects first 787 delivery in the third quarter
By Lori Ranson
DATE:18/01/11
Para complementar esta noticia:

Luego de tres años de demora, el Boeing 787 Dreamliner tiene fecha de entrega


Siete anuncios de retrasos oficiales, por diferentes problemas, hicieron que el novedoso avión sufriera grandes demoras. Lan, Aeroméxico y Avianca esperan los propios

La nueva línea de aviones de Boeing, que luego de años de investigación y trabajo decidiera llevar el nombre 787 Dreamliner, finalmente parece haber definido una fecha de entrega de su primera aeronave, luego de tres años de demora de su plan inicial, a una aerolínea japonesa.

Diferentes fallas y conflictos hicieron que el plan inicial fuera anunciando retrasos, que sumaron 7 los anuncios de las demoras en todo este tiempo, y que irritaran a las aerolíneas que esperan las nuevos aviones con planes ya definidos.

El nuevo avión tiene varias configuraciones y permite llevar entre 210 y 250 pasajeros, tiene una longitud de 57 metros y puede volar hasta 15.200 kilómetros con una única carga.

El anuncio oficial indicar que la primera línea aérea en recibirlo, lo hará en el tercer trimestre de 2011, luego de la aprobación de las autoridades de seguridad, y decenas de aerolíneas esperan sus nuevas aeronaves, entre ellas varias latinoamericanas, como Lan, Aeroméxico y Avianca.

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Old January 20th, 2011, 08:42 PM   #104
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ANA tendria por lo menos dos de ellos listos, cuales otras mas podrian recivir sus B787 antes de 2012 ?
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Old January 26th, 2011, 01:51 AM   #105
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El Boeing 787 llegó hoy a Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, como parte de sus vuelos de prueba. Va a estar algunos días más. Hoy lo pude ver pero no tenía mi cámara. Mañana voy de seguro y les traigo mis fotos!

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Old January 26th, 2011, 04:15 AM   #106
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QUIEROO QUE VUELEE YA!! con el livery de aviancaa
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Old January 26th, 2011, 05:30 PM   #107
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al final tiene ventanas comunes?

la publicidad parece muy pero muy mentirosa con ventanas gigantes.

no hay fotos reales del interior?
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Old January 27th, 2011, 01:30 AM   #108
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y el modelo 787-3 ???? es lo mismo pero tendra winglets y no wingtips?
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Old January 27th, 2011, 02:19 AM   #109
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Boeing 787-8 en Aguadilla, Puerto Rico



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Old January 27th, 2011, 02:39 AM   #111
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Excelentes tomas, Alexis ! Muchas gracias por compartir !
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Old January 27th, 2011, 02:43 AM   #112
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Japan Airlines (JAL) - Boeing 787-846 Dreamliner



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Me quedé en que esta cambiaría el livery, que avión tan guapo
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Old January 27th, 2011, 03:34 AM   #113
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es cierto...si van a cambiarlo deberian empezar poor cambiarlo en su avion mas nuevo!
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Old January 27th, 2011, 05:50 AM   #114
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Boeing holds firm to 787 production ramp-up
DATE:27/01/11
By Jon Ostrower


Boeing aims to deliver a dozen or more 787s in 2011, with industry sources pointing to September for first delivery, while the airframer maintains its original plan of building 10 aircraft per month by the end of 2013.

The airframer declined to elaborate on its the third quarter guidance or confirm the September delivery target. However, while reporting its full year earnings, Boeing says it intends to deliver a combined total of between 25 and 40 747-8s and 787s in 2011, with a roughly 50-50 split in its guidance. Boeing says these deliveries will be a part of the 485 to 500 aircraft produced in 2011.

Boeing announced 18 January its first delivery to Japan's All Nippon Airways has slid to the third quarter of 2011, following a November electrical fire that halted certification activities for six weeks.


Boeing CEO Jim McNerney says, "we're getting pretty close to knowing" which 787 will be ready for delivery later this year, though programme sources say the production block between airplanes 10 and 22 still require significant rework before they can be handed over to customers.

Early candidates for delivery to ANA are believed to be Rolls-Royce Trent 1000-powered Airplanes Seven, Eight and Nine, as well as Airplane 23 for General Electric GEnx-1B engine launch customer Japan Airlines.

Boeing currently has its 31st 787 in final assembly, and McNerney says the completion of assembly and travelled work of newly arrived structural shipsets continues to increase.

McNerney says the recent 787s are coming together with quickening pace as the final assembly learning curve improves.

"We are now through a lot of the issues that caused some of the backup work, and on top of that the engineering change on what's going on with the flight test programme," says McNerney, "But that has, for the last couple of months, been under control."

Additionally, Boeing has allocated significant in-factory resources to ensuring rework to the Alenia-built horizontal stabiliser is nearly complete once an aircraft leaves the factory.

As for the overall production ramp up, McNerney says that the margin for achieving the record widebody production rate has shrunk and the bulk of the increase from today's rate of two 787's per month to 10 per month will push into 2012, rather than 2011 as previously planned.

To aid in this production ramp up Boeing will activate its new Charleston, South Carolina final assembly line in July, followed by a second "surge line" in its Everett, Washington facility in early 2012.

Boeing had planned to achieve nearly a three aircraft per month in the latter part of 2010, though the company had pulled back the reins and has since returned to two per month, a plateau that factory sources add is likely to run into the middle of year before accelerating once again.

Despite the further delays in first delivery, now stretching to nearly three and a half years beyond the first May 2008 target, Boeing CFO James Bell says the programme remains in a position of profitability over its assumed accounting block, a number the company declines to disclose. However, says Bell, the continued delays have put pressure on programme profitability.

Boeing holds 847 orders from 57 customers.


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Old January 28th, 2011, 04:32 AM   #115
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31 aviones construidos..pero entonces por lo menos 10 o 15 entregarian este anio.. ANA, LAN, MONARCH, JAL, India..
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Old February 10th, 2011, 06:52 AM   #116
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excelentee foto...me muero por verlos volar!
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ANA todos..veremos la mayoria de B787 al principio en Asia wow
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Old February 12th, 2011, 04:08 PM   #119
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Habla mucho, hace poco y respira por la herida.

Boeing's McNerney: It's time to replace the A330UPDATE: Airbus response added.
10/02/2011

A Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner could replace the Airbus A330, Boeing Chairman President and Chief Executive Officer Jim McNerney said Thursday.


"(T)hat's a very nice A330 replacement airplane -- more range, more (passengers) and much more efficient," McNerney said at the Cowen Aerospace/Defense Conference in New York. "The A330's a good airplane, it's done well, but it's about time we replaced it."

Boeing is starting the composite 787 line with the 787-8 and then moving on to the larger 787-9 while considering a potential 787-10, which would be the biggest version.

Chris Jones, vice president of Sales -- North America for Airbus Americas, responded by saying: "It's always flattering to be recognized as a point of reference, and since the A330 is selling like hotcakes, it's no wonder Boeing looks upon the program so enviously. We have an aircraft that's available now, in service now, getting great reviews from our customers -- now, and has airlines scrambling to snatch up positions on our production line."

Interestingly, McNerney's comments came a week after Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and Chief Executive Officer Jim Albaugh said the millions of dollars the company just spent to move and upgrade the 767 line would help that older aircraft better compete against the A330.

McNerney's argument about the 787-10's replacing the A330 is somewhat the reverse of his stance on Airbus' planned A350-1000, which aims to replace the Boeing 777.

"I personally think the 777 is going to be the unexpectedly strong story this decade," he said Thursday. "I think until there's better definition around what the A350-1000 is or isn't we're going to sell one heck of a lot of 777-300ERs. We're already seeing demand that is much stronger than we anticipated."

Boeing is studying potential replacement or major upgrades for the 777. That would happen after development of a 737 replacement, which would aim to enter service around 2020, McNerney said Thursday.

The 787-10, he said, "is something that can be done in the meantime."

For now, Boeing has to work toward making the 787 program profitable. McNerney reiterated Thursday that the first 787s delivered will have "something close to zero margins," but noted: "The most profitable plane in history, the (7)37, started with a forward loss" (meaning it was in position to make no profit).

The first step is to finish required reworking of already produced 787s so they can be delivered.

"Come to Everett if you want to see what inventory looks like," McNerney said. "The rework on the first 20 planes in particular is ongoing, but the number of jobs there to get done is coming down."

At the same time, the newer 787s have fewer issues that need fixing in Everett, McNerney said. "We have airplane number 32 in the shop now, and the condition of assembly that came in from our suppliers was very good on that airplane. We're still working with one of our suppliers on workmanship issues, but we have got capability in Everett to handle that."

That one supplier presumably is Alenia Aeronautica, which makes horizontal stabilizers for the 787.

Referring last week to issues with the stabilizers, Albaugh said: "We're taking a hard look at what we're going to do on the horizontal, and at some point we'll make a decision there."

While Boeing has orders for an impressive 847 787s, it had a net loss of orders for four of the aircraft last year (37 ordered but 41 canceled).

"I think once we start delivering, people will start ordering again," McNerney said.

And the company will charge more for those aircraft, he added. "We will not sell them at launch prices again."

A changing mix of orders for 787 models also will help profitability, McNerney said.

"The demand for the -9, which is a more profitable plane for us, is beginning to overtake demand for the -8," he said. "A number of our customers, more than we originally anticipated, are moving toward the -9."


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Old February 12th, 2011, 10:53 PM   #120
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