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Part One (seven photos)
Part Two (six photos)
Photos are all courtesy of, and a very special thanks to, Charles Conklin
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looks like a plane that was rebuilt after a crash.
The Yellow object is a weight box to simulate the weight of the missing engine. Without it the 787 would sit back on it’s tail. Notice the structural test aircraft in pictures 2,4, and 5 have large red steel pipes for weight boxes.
No doubt, Boieng lost her credibility by introducing her colored B787 last year and then stripped it off completely. I wondor what type of planning they have. and where the key persons were before giving their cometment to clients.
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