Pilots who strap into Boeing's new 787 most likely will conclude that it is the easiest to fly and most intuitive jetliner ever built by the Seattle-based manufacturer, based upon our findings during a demo flight in mid-November. Five large-format LCD screens have 40% more display area than those in the Boeing 777, making room for better graphics that improve situational awareness. Standard left- and right-side head-up displays, plus left- and right-side electronic flight bags, (EFB), ...

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