Boeing 787 Pictures!

The latest addition to the KLM fleet.
The 787-9 PH-BHE.
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Photo: Andre Ran

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Two more taken yesterday.

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Norwegian 787-9image

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Thomson 787-8 at Palma Airport.

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image this makes me wonder whose photo is real!!

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Was some days ago at EDDL (DUS).
At the last picture you can see also Emirates A380 taking off at RWY 23L.

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Nice!! Haven’t been to EDDL in 12 years!

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Time to visit : )

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I already knew my photo wasn’t real. I said it was a nice picture, but I guess I should have said painting. :)

Are you sure cause mine kinda looks really fake :/ the quality…I got it from google…though they are really different if you noticed…the background just shared that’s all

I took this one at Chicago O’Hare!
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It’s my profile photo!

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LOT <3 ! I’ve flown on her once, and I flew on SP-LRB 3 times!

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Do you or anyone know why the rudder is jerked to the right? I see planes parked like that all the time with their rudder on one side.

I am wondering that too. @Aernout do you know?

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From YVR

JAL 787

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ANA 787

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Air Canada 787(excuse the rain)

One more from HKG

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Royal Brunei

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Wonderful shots! I always spot at Pearson, so its wonderful to see shots from Vancouver!

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I read somewhere a while ago that it has something to do with hydraulic pressure, but I still don’t understand it fully…

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The hydraulic pumps are turned off, so the Rudder has nothing to keep it straight, and thus the wind pushes it to one side or the other. It’s similar to an RC plane. When its on, the servo motor keeps all the surfaces straight. When is off, they just hang.

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