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Tags: 787-9 dreamliner | boeing | crazy | maneuvers | video

787-9 Dreamliner Can Do Some Crazy Barf Bag-Necessary Maneuvers (Video)

By    |   Wednesday, 16 July 2014 08:49 PM EDT

Boeing has a new 787-Dreamliner, and it can do things you hope to never experience in the air, as evidenced by some shocking moves the jet performed at an air show this week.

The new Dreamliner made an appearance at the Farnborough Airshow in London and proceeded to do stunts you'd only expect from, well, a stunt plane. The prep for the routine was all captured on video.

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Engadget says the 787-9 Dreamliner can do steep takeoffs and high-bank turns not far off the ground, which it performed at the air show with a very light load on board.

The new plane will begin flying commercially with Air New Zealand this fall, Engadget said. The new iteration is longer than other Dreamliners and can reportedly seat 280 passengers and is ideal for long flights.

People on Twitter were amazed by the maneuvers the 787-9 Dreamliner could pull off.









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Boeing has a new 787-Dreamliner, and it can do things you hope to never experience in the air, as evidenced by some shocking moves the jet performed at an air show this week.
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