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That's cool.  When we were in Everett last summer, we toured the Boeing factory, but the 787 area was off-limits.  Their Future of Flight center there at the factory (where the tours start) had a mock-up of the 787 cabin.

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...we also saw the Dreamlifter.

There's something just....wrong...with that airplane. :uglystupid2:

Well, it used to look like this:

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But then it got married and had a couple of kids.... ::)

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Hey Sky Rookie, here's one of me doing a hop and pop, shortly after my AFF training....

:coolsmiley:

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Mouth watering.... I CAN NOT wait to get back in the air!!!

I will be jumping this summer back in Chicago, I miss it a lot!

I should be able to push past 400 jumps this summer. I'm at 364 I think.

Thanks for the pic.

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:o

Wow...

I've heard of nose jobs gone bad before, but this one takes the cake!

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...we also saw the Dreamlifter.

There's something just....wrong...with that airplane. :uglystupid2:

:2funny: :2funny: :2funny:

Alan, WTH are they doing at Continental?

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...we also saw the Dreamlifter.

There's something just....wrong...with that airplane. :uglystupid2:

:2funny: :2funny: :2funny:

Alan, WTH are they doing at Continental?

Trying to cope with $145 barrels of Jet Fuel...  :tickedoff:

Other than that, business as usual...

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Stumbled across this cool pic the other day.  I really like the lighting effects.

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I saw this pic on a-net the other day, and it reminded me of something I've been meaning to ask, but kept forgetting to.  Yeah, that must make it real important, right?

::)

So, for anyone who knows, why does the B737 have exposed wheel wells?  I would think that having them covered would reduce drag, but apparently that's not an issue....or is it?  Enquiring minds want to know!

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