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Boeing posts a video of the 787-10 on ground and flight tests

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Los Angeles - Boeing posted a video of the 787-10's recent flight and ground tests, the largest model in the Dreamliner family. In particular, low and high-speed take-off tests were conducted at the Edwards US Air Force base in California and aerodynamic flight tests a few feet above the ground, one of the most exciting for pilots. (airlinerwatch.com) More...

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camelinahat
camelinahat 3
There's some additional video of the crosswinds testing they were doing at CYQX here
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWO66fegMG8
peterlmaas2
Peter Maas 2
Fantastic Aircraft. I love Boeing.
htthree
Harry Thomas 2
Beautiful airplane!
tbpera
Tom Pera 2
both their test planes came through the old Mather AFB (Sacramento) last week... Boeing uses Mather for test flights but don't know why. They come through after 2/3 or so of their test program...come and go for a few days then move on to somewhere else...fun to watch and photograph all 737 MAX and 788 models over last few years
tomsullivan
Tom Sullivan 2
Maybe because there is generally a decent crosswind at Mather and a 10,000 ft runway?
tbpera
Tom Pera 2
maybe so... seems like they go through the same routine when here
mht9876
mht9876 1
Watching the first takeoff it looked like they almost had a tail strike. I have a feeling that the -10 will have a pretty high landing speed to avoid tail strikes.
dougsflights
Doug Morchak 1
what a dream come true
kbhr57am
Pete Locascio 1
I want one!

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