Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Performs An Amazing Vertical Takeoff - Spectacular

Vertical takeoff Boeing dreamliner video details info watch here. The vertical takeoff of the Boeing dreamliner Aircraft 787-9 was performed by a crew at the controls of the 787-9 Dreamliner. Normally the plane would takeoff upwards with 280 passengers on board and would ease into the air at a far less dramatic angle than <=45 Degree with the horizontal. But with no passengers or luggage aboard, the crew were able to show off the aircraft's capabilities in a rehearsal for similar dramatic flying to be performed by the plane at next week's Paris Air Show. Flown in the colours of the aircraft's customer, Vietnam Airlines, the plane was put through its paces above Moses Lake in America's Washington state. Watch This Video




Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Aircraft Does An Eye Popping , Stunning, Dramatic Vertical Takeoff

This new Dreamliner, seen as one of the most environmentally friendly among all large passenger planes, follows the Boeing 787-8. The 787-9 is just one of the 38,000 new planes that world airlines are expected to order over the next 20 years, according to a forecast this week by Boeing. The total value of these new aircraft is estimated at $5.6tn (£3.61tn), approximately 358 lakh crores Indian Rupees.


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The Boeing 787-9 is the first 787 variant of the Boeing 787 series with a "stretched" or lengthened fuselage that is 206 feet (63 m) long. It seats 280 passengers in a typical three-class arrangement with a range of 8,300 nautical miles (9,600 mi; 15,400 km). This variant differs from the 787-8 in several ways, including structural strengthening, a lengthened fuselage, a higher fuel capacity, a higher maximum take-off weight (MTOW), but with the same wingspan as the 787-8. When launched, the 787-9 had the same fuel capacity as the 787-8. The design differences meant higher weight and resulted in a slightly shorter range than the 787-8. After further consultation with airlines, design changes were incorporated to add a forward tank to increase its fuel capacity, so it has a longer range and a higher maximum takeoff weight than the 787-8. The -9 features active boundary-layer control at the rear, reducing drag. The entry into service (EIS) date was originally planned for 2010, but by October 2011, deliveries were scheduled to begin in 2014. Boeing is targeting the 787-9 to compete with both passenger variants of the Airbus A330 and to replace its own 767-400ER. Like the 787-8, it will also open up new non-stop routes.