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December 12, 2014

Photos: Etihad’s First 787-9 on its Second Flight Ever

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Written by: Brandon Farris
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Etihad Airways’ first 787-9 has finally taken to the skies a mere two months following its unveiling. It looked stunning then, and looks even more so in the air, seen here on its second flight ever for the airframe. It appears that Boeing is determined to try and deliver this aircraft before the fiscal year wraps up.

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Brandon Farris is a Northwest-based aviation photojournalist who has a love and extreme passion for aviation and Major League Soccer. To see more of his work, check out his Flickr or contact him via email.



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  • David the Nudnik

    I’m torn between the old and new livery. I wish they painted the engines to match the fuselage.