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Amazing Boeing 787 Takeoff

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  • 11 Oct, 2013  |
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№1 Author: continue_answer (11 Oct 2013 03:06) Total user comments: 17


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Wow!! How can it not stall? The wing may help!
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№2 Author: MWarrior (11 Oct 2013 07:15) Total user comments: 1024


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"Clean-up, Aisle One!"
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№3 Author: paullex (11 Oct 2013 07:37) Total user comments: 592


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Jet power!
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№4 Author: OldOllie (11 Oct 2013 08:42) Total user comments: 1510


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"Wow!! How can it not stall? The wing may help!"

No passengers, no baggage, no cargo, 1/4 fuel. Build up a lot of speed before pulling up, then level it off before it stalls.
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№5 Author: unp (11 Oct 2013 11:45) Total user comments: 0


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I know a battlefield player when i see one
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№6 Author: Magicnet (11 Oct 2013 12:31) Total user comments: 189


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OldOllie,
And a significantly strong headwind which creates great buoyancy without the need for high speed.
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№7 Author: sjeffc (12 Oct 2013 12:37) Total user comments: 66


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Wow, lots of flight sim experts on here. :28:
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№8 Author: TheDane (12 Oct 2013 20:08) Total user comments: 0


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Piloted by Mike Bryan, ex F18 pilot who flies the Qatar 787 Dreamliner in displays. He still thinks he is in a Hornet.
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№9 Author: adzhoe (23 Oct 2013 06:11) Total user comments: 15017


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Zoom zoom
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