Visionary design

LONDON - I’ve been traveling this week, first to Dublin, then here in London and on to Warsaw. And I’ve been looking over your great comments to the recent post linking to our 747-8 Design Highlights site.

Thank you for all those impressions and suggestion so far.

Well, that was such a big hit, I thought I’d keep the momentum going and share the link to our 787 Dreamliner Design Highlights site.

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Click on the image above to go to the 787 Design Highlights site.

If you haven’t visited this site already, I think you’ll really like it. One of my favorite features is the animation demonstrating the smoother ride you’ll enjoy on the 787.

Comments (5)

Azamiruddin (Kedah, Malaysia):

Wow, so 787-8 next.

I like this one better compared to 747-8.

Keep up the good work... :)

Daniel Tsang (Hong Kong):

I love the 787 Dreamliner very much~! I hope to fly it someday in the not-so-distant future~!

By the way, which month will Boeing weigh the ZA100 on scale for its OEW?

Cheers~! I love Boeing~!

Gregory Alegi (Rome, Italy):

This is not really a comment but a request for information. I think I recall seeing in this blog a copy of a vintage market outlook from the 1960s comparing forecasts and actual results. Unfortunately I cannot find it. I would like to use it in a chart in a class I am teaching at LUISS University in Rome. Could you please help me and send me if possible the link to the post?

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Gregory,

No problem, here is the link to that blog from last summer:

http://boeingblogs.com/randy/archives/2009/06/back_to_the_future_part_ii_1.html

-- Randy Tinseth

Paulo M (Johannesburg, RSA):

Awesome content on the 787. Really clever how the site loads in the 787 cabin!

Norman (Long Beach, California, United States):

The new website is very informative as well as interactive, I can't wait to see the 787 for my self and book a flight as soon as I can.

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