This is it

We’ve launched our Web site dedicated to providing news and updates about the 787 first flight.


Click on the banner above to go to the 787 Dreamliner First Flight site.

Check the site frequently for updates on timing and for information on how to watch a live Webcast of the flight.

As the title says, this is it. We are ready for first flight - which is scheduled for 10 a.m. December 15 - Seattle time. Of course, and this is a big condition, the flight is dependent on acceptable weather conditions.

Comments (8)

Norman (Long Beach, California, United States):

I can't wait to see the 787 fly live tomorrow. I hope the weather works out for the first flight.

Diann Muck (St, Louis):

First flight for 787 Dreamliner will be a great early Christmas present for the Boeing Family.

P.Sumantri (France):

On Monday the weather is not very good. Let's see tomorrow if the VFR minima are OK.

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George Thorp (Long Beach,,California, United States):

No matter how many programs I work on, I'm always excited for the first flight. Next year will be first flight for the 747-8F, and Boeing is off to the races!

Doug (Seattle, WA):

Good luck from your friends at Alaska Airlines!

Paulo M (Johannesburg, RSA):

Big big humble congratulations to Boeing and the 787 partners for making this Dream a reality. Well done. The greatest revolution in commercial flight since the 747 is Real!

Ravin Pierre (Everett, WA):

Kenny Loggins and Michael Mcdonald - 'This Is It'


I love yacht rock!

Colin Cornwall (Highland, IL):

I watched on TV. Great to see another Boeing first flight although it's more exciting to see them live.

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