Dreamliners Come Out to Play…Briefly, Part Two

I didn’t even fully realize it but Part One of this series was the 300th post for FlightBlogger! Rather than let the first part get unnecessarily long, I decided to begin the 301st post with six more photos of the 2nd (3rd if you’re getting really technical) roll out.

See Part One (six photos)
See Part Three (six photos)

Photos are all courtesy of, and a very special thanks to, Charles Conklin

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3 Responses to Dreamliners Come Out to Play…Briefly, Part Two

  1. Jon Ostrower/FlightBlogger April 26, 2008 at 3:00 am #

    I just tested all the links on both parts and they all worked for me. Which ones are you having trouble with?

    There’s also a heck of a lot of traffic going to the blog for this time of day/night so it might be a server problem not a link problem.

    Jon

  2. Matthew Bridges April 27, 2008 at 6:17 pm #

    Thanks for posting Jon!

  3. Mike May 7, 2008 at 7:11 am #

    Looking at the photos of the unpainted 787 as it rolls out (MSN002?), on the port side between the front door and the cockpit windows there’s an area of white plastic sheeting covering something up, and after scouring the web nothing seems to appear on any other 787 aircraft (photo or otherwise). This could be flight-test equipment, but I was looking for some definative answer to what it might be.

    Anyone have any ideas?!