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Boeing 747-8 First flight today!!!!!

Started by phil744, February 07, 2010, 06:48:25 pm

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phil744

February 07, 2010, 06:48:25 pm Last Edit: February 10, 2010, 08:10:40 am by Trevor Hale

We have had the A400M, we have had the 787 but today its time for a proper heavyweight to take centre stage, weather permitting the 747-8F shall take to the sky for the very first time at 10am Seattle time, i know i will be watching. Click on this link for more information.

http://747-8firstflight.com/
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757-200, P3D, LD767,Arduino, panels by some british moron, pile of dead airplane parts and a hammer!

Yeah i got one of these facebook things too http://www.facebook.com/Simvionics

Trevor Hale

Fantastic Phil.   Great News..  That truly is a beautiful aircraft isn't it?

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phil744

Its not the looks for me its the noise this bad boy makes, love it, cant wait to see it in the flesh for the first time :)
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757-200, P3D, LD767,Arduino, panels by some british moron, pile of dead airplane parts and a hammer!

Yeah i got one of these facebook things too http://www.facebook.com/Simvionics

jackpilot

Just curious.It is obviously a freighter, what's different compared to the 400?
It seem longer ahead of the wings root..


Jack

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Quote from: jackpilot on February 08, 2010, 06:55:28 am
Just curious.It is obviously a freighter, what's different compared to the 400?
It seem longer ahead of the wings root..


The winglets seem to be gone.

But the sound of those engines...... drooooooooool  ;D

JWS

Quote from: phil744 on February 08, 2010, 06:28:24 am
Its not the looks for me its the noise this bad boy makes, love it, cant wait to see it in the flesh for the first time :)


Watched the movie but couldn't really appreciate the noise because of the Hollywood music in the foreground. (unless I've been watching the wrong movie)

JWS

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