Fly along with Aviation Week Editor Fred George as he tries out the 787’s advanced features. 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. ...
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