Friday, February 10, 2012

Art In The Air: Boeing 787 Flight Path

I'm always thrilled to see new ways of how people are expressing their creativity. At the time of writing this, Boeing is in the final stretch of a unique test flight that includes drawing out 787 and Boeing's logo over the United States.

While this isn't  the first time that Boeing has created this type of virtual art in the skies, but it is history in the making.

The Boeing 787 has set two world records in recent months by flying a record distance of 10,337 nautical miles and then clocking in at 42 hours and 27 minutes for eastbound speed around the world.

If you're interested in more information on the Boeing 787, check out their 787 Dreamliner page.

Update: The flight landed at 08:45 PST with a duration of 19 hours and 12 minutes, max altitude of 43,000 feet, and max groundspeed of 696 mph according to 's flight track log.

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