Aviation News

March 27, 2012

Photos: Japan Airlines Flies Home With First Two Boeing 787 Dreamliners

Japan Airlines flew home from the Boeing factory in Everett, Wash. on Monday with not one, but two Boeing 787 Dreamliners, the first of 45 copies ordered by the Tokyo-based airline.

NYCAviation photographers Liem Bahneman and Dan King were on hand for the ceremony, celebration and first flight fly away.

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(Photo by Liem Bahneman)

(Photo by Liem Bahneman)
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