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[机型] 波音787专题:787-10首飞成功

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shuchunyong 发表于 2010-2-2 18:23 | 显示全部楼层
网易财经2月2日讯 波音公司一位高管周二表示,该公司有望按计划在本年底将第一架787梦幻飞机交付给日本的全日空航空公司。

波音公司市场营销副总裁兰迪·廷塞思(Randy Tinseth)在接受CNBC一个采访时表示:“原计划如此,而且我们有望完成。我们现在有2架飞机在接受飞行测试,我们将在本月底再添2架,到年中,将有6架飞机航行。”


(本文来源:网易财经 )
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-2-5 23:44 | 显示全部楼层
787试飞进展正常,波音将宣布30架后续飞机的交付计划。
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-2-6 00:00 | 显示全部楼层
Boeing Unveils First 787 Dreamliner Interior on 3rd Flight-Test Airplane
Boeing  today publicly unveiled the first 787 Dreamliner to feature interior components. The third flight test airplane, ZA003, has a partial interior that provides a glimpse into the new flying experience the airplane will offer. Configured for flight-testing purposes, the interior includes instrumentation racks, flight-test equipment and workstations for engineers.

FROM:BOEING
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-2-6 00:08 | 显示全部楼层
波音预计年底将 30 架 787 提上生产日程
02 Feb 10 10:47 AM
波音公司推进其头号研发项目的飞行试验,该公司称计划到今年年底将分阶段完成超过 30 架波音 787 客机。

波音公司营销副总裁 Randy Tinseth 说,到 2010 年底,波音公司将完成或基本完成超过 30 架波音 787 客机。

Tinseth 说,波音 787 飞行试验项目正在进行当中,有望今年年底向日本全日空航空公司交付首批客机。

日本全日空航空公司最近表示,将在 2010 年年底和 2011 年 3 月本财年末之间购入 8 架 787-8 客机。

目前,波音公司华盛顿州的生产工厂中有 17 架 787 客机正处于各个完成阶段,包括 6 架进行飞行试验的客机,其中 2 架处于飞行阶段。

Tinseth 说,波音预计会在 2010 年交付 460 至 465 架客机,其中包括少数 747-8 和 787 客机。


FROM:中国航空运输资讯网
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-2-24 23:42 | 显示全部楼层
环球网记者梁旭报道     素有“梦想客机”之称的美国波音787,2月19日因发动机出现问题而被迫降落在华盛顿州摩西湖市机场。

俄“纽带”网2月23日转引美联社报道,波音公司确认飞行员将飞机降落在非指定地点。波音公司表示事故原因是两个发动机的其中一个动力急剧减弱。虽然“梦想客机”可以靠一个发动机飞行,但出于安全考虑还是决定中断原定飞行路线。


  波音787 (Dreamliner)是波音公司最新型号的宽体中型客机,由波音民用飞机集团(BCA)负责开发。该飞机的特点是经济与环保。


  法新社报道称,“梦想客机”现处于飞行试验阶段,实施迫降的是“梦想客机”的第一架样机。
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-2-24 23:43 | 显示全部楼层
波音或难借787梦幻飞机重夺全球第一
2010-02-24 14:59:59 来源: 网易财经 
网易财经2月24日讯 “千呼万唤始出来”的B787梦幻飞机即将陆续交付,这将给波音在与另一飞机制造巨头空客的“胶着战”中增添砝码。但波音欲藉此在四年内重夺全球第一似乎并不那么乐观。除了尚未克服的技术稳定性问题,空客专门为应对787而正在研发的A350更是其未来的重要挑战。

日前,波音商用飞机业务负责人阿尔巴(Jim Albaugh)表示,在787的带动下,加之其他机型订单稳定,2013年和2014年波音的交付量将超过空客,重新夺回全球第一的位置。他还解释说在2008年金融危机中,波音考虑到价格问题放弃了一些原本可以得到的订单,他相信在2013年—2014年到来的下一个市场周期中,波音肯定会获得更多的订单。

波音中国公司新闻发言人王玉奎表示,787今年四季度将首次交付给启动用户全日空,明年7月份第二条生产线也将开工,到2013年787的年产量达到120架左右。

曾经稳坐飞机制造业头把交椅的美国波音公司,2003年在两大指标——订单量和交付量上开始落后于来自欧洲的对手——空客。2003年全年,波音的订单量和交付量分别为240架和281架,均低于空客的284架和305架。在之后的几年中,只有2006年得益于最新机型梦想787的立项研发,其订单量(1050架)明显高于空客(824架),其余年份均略低于后者。787未能如期交付,且不少客户开始取消订单,这使得2008年和2009年波音在两大指标上非常被动。
然而,尽管波音高管对787前景充满信心,但“小问题不断”导致试飞累计延迟超过两年的787梦幻机型并未因首飞成功而迎来“平静”,2月19日,首架样机在试飞过程中因发动机出现问题而被迫降落在华盛顿州摩西湖市机场。波音公司表示事故原因是两个发动机的其中一个动力急剧减弱。虽然“梦幻客机”可以靠一个发动机飞行,但出于安全考虑还是决定中断原定飞行路线。

除了安全问题,波音未来还需要面对的劲敌将是空客正在研发中的A350。


国内一位航空制造业专家认为,从长远来看,787的交付并不能扭转竞争格局,双方的竞争仍将处于“胶着”状态。他说:“B787和A380是双方目前最为先进的机型,但550座的A380太大,在中国的订单也就5架,787则属于200—300座级,中国的订单有近60架。这两个机型上空客没有占太大的数量优势,但空客253座的A350一旦投入运营,肯定又将大大提升空客的交付量。”

目前,波音787一共收到了来自55家航空公司的840架确认订单。而空客350目前所获订单已超过370架,首架A350将与2013年交付。

(本文来源:网易财经 作者:曹玲丽)
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-2-27 14:03 | 显示全部楼层
2月24日,第三架787飞机ZA004开始试飞,ZA003尚未试飞。
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-2-27 14:32 | 显示全部楼层
2010年2月25日,波音获得美联航(UA)25架787-8飞机订单。
波音累计获得57家客户,876架787订单。
绿林好汉 发表于 2010-2-27 18:56 | 显示全部楼层
唉,刚刚试飞,订单就近千;
而且这飞机不便宜。
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-3-3 23:23 | 显示全部楼层
交付前如此多的订单,史无前例。
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-3-10 21:44 | 显示全部楼层
第二架波音梦想飞机在华盛顿州以外开展试飞
 2010-03-10 民航资源网  
民航资源网2010年3月10日消息:编号为ZA002的第二架波音787梦想飞机于当地时间3月9日上午10:53在加利福尼亚州维克多维尔着陆,标志着波音787项目首次在华盛顿州以外开展试飞活动。

  这架飞机将在维克多维尔驻留大约三周。机组将进行地面效应测试及其他各项测试。

  在地面效应测试中,飞行员驾驶飞机在跑道上方低空飞行,以便收集飞机在起降阶段的气动效应和性能。将这一性能进行量化是所有新机型认证要求的一部分。

  ZA002飞机的总飞行师兰迪·内维尔(Randy Neville)说:“维克多维尔机场原来是乔治空军基地,这里有宽敞的停机坪和完善的现场设施。跑道很长,进近路线上有大片平整的土地。我们在这里进行试飞不会影响空管的工作和其他民用飞机的运营。”

  150多名员工将随飞机派驻维克多维尔,其中包括试飞工程师和支持人员,他们的任务是每天做好飞行前的准备工作,并监控飞机性能和测试设备。

  波音民用飞机集团副总裁兼波音787项目总经理斯科特·范切尔(ScottFancher)说:“我们对787可靠性的信心与日俱增。此次试飞意义重大,整个团队已经为此做足准备。”
 楼主| speed 发表于 2010-3-16 17:36 | 显示全部楼层
第四架波音787飞机加入飞行试验机队(图)
2010-03-16





      [据美国《波音公司网站》2010年3月14日报道]  编号为ZA003的第四架波音787飞机在完成首飞后正式加入试飞机队,该机于上午10:55从华盛顿埃弗雷特的佩恩机场起飞,下午2:01分降落于波音位于西雅图的机场。

  飞行员Ray Craig和Mike Bryan负责此次飞行试验任务,此次飞行试验为期3小时6分钟,该机采用罗罗公司的遄达1000发动机,是飞行试验机队中最后一架采用罗罗发动机的飞机。

  首飞前对ZA003飞机上的新系统进行了大量的地面试验。ZA003是试飞机队中唯一安装内饰的飞机,包括客舱和驾驶舱支持系统,波音787采用了更舒适的客舱内饰系统。为了验证这些内饰满足适航要求,ZA003需要进行系统、噪声、驾驶舱、电磁影响、高频辐射场和ETOPS性能试验。(中国航空工业发展研究中心  温坤)
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-3-28 21:19 | 显示全部楼层
FROM: BOEING
Fourth 787 Joins Boeing Flight-Test Fleet
EVERETT, Wash., March 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) has added the fourth 787 Dreamliner to its flight-test fleet with the completion of the first flight of ZA003. The airplane departed Paine Field in Everett, Wash., at 10:55 a.m. (Pacific time) and landed at 2:01 p.m. at Boeing Field in Seattle.

Captains Ray Craig and Mike Bryan piloted the airplane on its three-hour-and-six-minute flight. ZA003 is the final 787 with Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines to enter the flight-test program.

"We've done a significant amount of ground testing on the new systems on ZA003 in preparation for first flight. Engineering, manufacturing and flight operations have really pulled together as a team to enable first flight," said Craig. "It has been very rewarding to watch the Boeing team pull together in support of this milestone."

ZA003 is the only 787 in the flight test fleet that will include elements of the passenger interior features including cabin and crew support systems. The 787 is introducing new passenger amenities and provisions for a more comfortable flying experience. Among the new features are improved lighting, bigger stowage bins, larger windows with electrochromatic shades and redesigned lavatories with easier access.

In addition to demonstrating that the interior meets certification requirements, ZA003 will be used to conduct tests on systems, noise performance, flight-deck operations, avionics, electromagnetic effects, high-intensity radio frequency response and extended operations (ETOPS).

"The Boeing team is doing great work. We've established a good pace of accomplishment on the program," said Scott Fancher, vice president and general manager of the 787 program, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "The priorities are clear and the entire team is focused."
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-4-11 20:24 | 显示全部楼层
Boeing Confirms Success on 787 Wing, Fuselage Ultimate Load Test EVERETT, Wash., April 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) announced today that all test requirements were successfully met during the 787 Dreamliner’s ultimate load wing and fuselage bending test. This follows a thorough analysis of the results from a test on the 787 static test airframe.

“Successfully completing this test is a critical step in the certification of the 787. This is further validation that the 787 performs as expected, even in the most extreme circumstances,” said Scott Fancher, vice president and general manager of the 787 program for Boeing Commercial Airplanes.

On March 28, loads were applied to the test unit to replicate 150 percent of the most extreme forces the airplane is ever expected to experience while in service. The wings were flexed upward by approximately 25 feet (7.6 meters) during the test and the fuselage was pressurized to 150 percent of its maximum normal operating condition.

In evaluating the success criteria for the test, Boeing specialists have been poring over the thousands of data points collected during the test to ensure that all parts of the airplane performed as expected.

“The airframe performed as designed and retained the required structural integrity. These results continue to validate the design of the 787 as we move toward certification,” explained Fancher.

FROM:BOEING
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-4-11 20:26 | 显示全部楼层
Boeing Completes First 787 Dreamliner Maintenance Training Class

EVERETT, Wash., April 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) today announced that it has completed the first maintenance training class for the 787 Dreamliner. The class consisted of 10 mechanics from 787 launch customer ANA (All Nippon Airways) and two regulators from the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB).

FROM:BOEING
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-4-27 18:39 | 显示全部楼层
787 Dreamliner Undergoing Extreme-Weather Testing in Florida

VALPARAISO, Fla., April 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Boeing (NYSE: BA) 787 Dreamliner has begun a series of extreme-weather tests at Valparaiso, Fla.  A special hangar at the McKinley Climatic Laboratory at Eglin Air Force Base allows the airplane to experience heat as high as 115 degrees Fahrenheit (46 Celsius) and as low as minus 45 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 43 Celsius).

After the airplane is stabilized at either the hot or cold temperatures, flight test technicians will follow the Airplane Maintenance Manual to perform the steps required to prepare the airplane for flight release and operate under these conditions. Sensors and monitors will allow the test team to determine if all systems hardware and software operate as expected.

Cold-weather testing is being conducted first, with preliminary hot-weather testing to follow. Additional extreme-weather testing will be conducted later in the flight test program.

"We have Dreamliner customers who will operate the 787 in a wide variety of environments throughout the world," said Scott Fancher, vice president and general manager of the 787 program for Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "This testing is about ensuring that the airplane meets the expectations of our customers."

A crew of approximately 100 people traveled from Seattle to support the test operations on ZA003, the third 787 airplane to be built.

The McKinley Climatic Laboratory is the second remote testing location for the 787 Dreamliner. The second airplane in the fleet, ZA002, performed a variety of tests in Victorville, Calif., last month. The testing in Florida is expected to last nearly two weeks.

About the Boeing 787 Dreamliner

The 787 Dreamliner is an all-new twinjet designed to meet the needs of airlines around the world in providing nonstop service between mid-size cities with new levels of efficiency. The airplane will bring improved levels of comfort to passengers with larger windows, bigger baggage bins and advances in the cabin environment, including lower cabin altitude, higher humidity and cleaner air. Delivery of the first 787 is planned for the fourth quarter of 2010.

Fifty-seven customers around the world have ordered 866 787s since the program was launched in April 2004, making the Dreamliner the fastest-selling new commercial jetliner in history. Delivery of the first 787 is planned for the fourth quarter of 2010.

FROM:BOEING WEB
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-5-12 23:28 | 显示全部楼层
Boeing to Manufacture Certain 787 Interior Parts in South Carolina Share this Page
| NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C., May 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) announced today that it has chosen South Carolina as the location for fabrication and assembly of airplane interior parts to supply the 787 Dreamliner final assembly and delivery site currently under construction in North Charleston, S.C. The company is reviewing potential sites for the new airplane interiors facility and anticipates making a final decision by midsummer.

The new facility, Boeing Fabrication Interiors South Carolina, will be located near the North Charleston final assembly and delivery site. As many as 150 employees will work at the new interiors facility, which will serve as an extension of the existing Interiors Responsibility Center in Everett, Wash., leveraging the opportunities of a single, integrated production system. This decision is part of Boeing's plan announced in 2009 to provide an independent sourcing stream for 787 final assembly and delivery in South Carolina. The close proximity of this new facility to Boeing's Charleston site will help improve the efficiency of the final assembly and delivery process in South Carolina.

"By expanding Boeing's footprint in South Carolina, we enhance our existing foundation with Boeing Charleston and further contribute to the growth of aerospace in the region," said Ray Conner, vice president and general manager, Supply Chain Management and Operations, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "Ultimately, the decision we made in 2009 builds on our overall strategy to successfully meet our 787 customer commitments and to optimize our production capability."

The Boeing Fabrication Interiors South Carolina team will manufacture 787 interior parts, including stow bins, closets, partitions, class dividers, floor-mounted stow bins used by flight attendants, overhead flight-crew rests, overhead flight attendant crew rests, video-control stations and attendant modules.  

"Recognizing the superior quality of the products and services provided by our Interiors Responsibility Center in Everett, Boeing believes this extension is an important step in ensuring that we maintain a high level of consistency and quality in our production system," said Conner. "In the long term, we are strengthening our position in the aerospace market and ensuring that we remain competitive as a company."

Located within the Boeing Everett complex, the Interiors Responsibility Center is a focused area of excellence for the design, manufacture, assembly and integration of a wide range of interior systems for production, aftermarket and spares for Boeing commercial jets. About 1,380 people work at the IRC producing products that include crew rests, doors and doorway linings, overhead stow bins and floor-mounted stow boxes, life raft boxes, closets and partitions, secure flight deck doors, video control centers, purser work stations, dry galleys, ceilings, sidewalls, decorative laminates and proximity lighting. Engineering integration services provide customer interior solutions from concept product design through project management and certification


FROM:BOEING WEB
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-5-12 23:29 | 显示全部楼层
Boeing 787 Dreamliner Arrives in San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO, April 29, 2010 – The Boeing [NYSE:BA] 787 Dreamliner made its first landing in San Antonio, April 28 at Lackland Air Force Base. A crew of approximately 70 people traveled onboard the airplane from Eglin Air Force Base in Florida where ZA003, the third 787 airplane to be built, successfully completed a series of extreme-weather tests. Additional thermal test data will be collected while in San Antonio.

Boeing has already announced that modification of some 787s will be done at the San Antonio site.

“It’s great to have the 787 in San Antonio,” said Scott Fancher, vice president and general manager of the 787 program, Commercial Airplanes. “We are excited to be working with the team there. This is just a short visit for testing but we will be back with more airplanes.”

ZA003 is expected to stay in San Antonio for about two days.

FROM:BOEING WEB
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-5-14 22:56 | 显示全部楼层
ANA Pilots First Customer Crew to Fly Boeing 787 Dreamliner

SEATTLE, May 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) and two ANA (All Nippon Airways) pilots flew the Boeing 787 Dreamliner for the first time Wednesday. The airplane they flew is the first of six flight-test airplanes. The two-hour-and-40-minute flight took place over Washington state.

Flying the 787 for the first time were ANA pilots Capt. Masayuki Ishii, director of 787 pre-operations planning, and Capt. Masami Tsukamoto, manager of 787 pre-operations pilots. On board were Capt. Mike Carriker, Boeing 787 chief test pilot, Capt. Christine Walsh and Scott Fancher, vice president and general manager of the 787 program, Boeing Commercial Airplanes.

"The flight was a customer demonstration for our launch customer's lead pilots to evaluate the 787," said Fancher. "We are extremely proud to have ANA on the flight, and have the opportunity to show what a great airplane the men and women of Boeing have created."  

The flight was conducted under a special airworthiness certificate granted by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration.  

The 787 program was launched  in April 2004 with a record order of 50 787's from ANA. ANA, which plays an active role as launch customer, is scheduled to take the first 787 delivery in the fourth quarter 2010.

During the flight, both pilots performed multiple takeoffs and landings as well as other maneuvers that allowed them to feel the airplane's characteristics. The pilots also gained experience with other 787 flight-deck features, including larger display screens, dual head-up displays and dual electronic flight bag.

"It was fantastic and an incredible experience," said Capt. Ishii. "ANA passengers are in for an incredible experience when they fly on the 787," he said.

"The flight was fantastic," said Capt. Tsukamoto. "I've been waiting for this day since we made the launch order, and today my dream came true."

During the flight, Carriker showed the ANA pilots, who are both rated on the Boeing 777, the similarities and differences between the two airplanes. Pending regulator approval, it will take as few as five days of training for 777 pilots to become qualified as 787 pilots.

Customers around the world have ordered 860 787s since the program was launched in April 2004, making the Dreamliner the fastest-selling new commercial jetliner in history.

FROM: BOEING WEB
shuchunyong 发表于 2010-5-14 22:58 | 显示全部楼层
Boeing Completes First 787 GEnx Engine Runs

EVERETT, Wash., May 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The first General Electric GEnx engines on a Boeing (NYSE: BA) 787 Dreamliner came to life Monday with initial engine starts. Customers can choose between the GEnx engines and the Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines to power their 787s.

"This is another exciting step in our progress on the 787 test program," said Scott Fancher, vice president and general manager of the 787 Program, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "Our partners at GE have worked diligently to ensure their engines are ready for the testing that is going to occur both before first flight of ZA005 and throughout the flight test program."

Video of the engine run is available at www.boeing.com.

Following engine testing, ZA005, the fifth 787 to be built, will undergo a series of ground tests similar to those conducted on the first 787s to ensure that it is ready for first flight later this quarter.

About the Boeing 787 Dreamliner

The 787 Dreamliner is an all-new twinjet designed to meet the needs of airlines around the world in providing nonstop service between mid-size cities with new levels of efficiency. The airplane will bring improved levels of comfort to passengers with larger windows, bigger baggage bins and advances in the cabin environment, including lower cabin altitude, higher humidity and cleaner air. Delivery of the first 787 is planned for the fourth quarter of 2010.

Fifty-seven customers around the world have ordered 866 787s since the program was launched in April 2004, making the Dreamliner the fastest-selling new commercial jetliner in history.

FROM:BOEING WEB
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