Boeing has launched 787flighttest.com to track progress of the 787 flight test and certification program during this year.
The site will provide a resource for flight test milestones including video, aircraft profiles, flight test glossary, profiles on 787 team leaders.
The site today features a piece on the recent ZA001 stall testing, including air-to-air video shot from chase planes at altitude.
Additionally, Boeing will provide a flight test "scoreboard" of flight hours for the six flight test aircraft in the program that will be linked directly to flightaware.com, which many use to track 787 test flights currently. Boeing plans to fly roughly 3100 hours by the time first delivery to ANA rolls around between late September and December.