July 8, 2007

Beauty

20 comments:

Chris said...

Congrats I believe your the first!

Anonymous said...

Great job covering the event!!

andrew said...

nice.
I tried to watch the webcast, but the servers were too full.

Anonymous said...

Well done! Enjoy.

Anonymous said...

Not the best, But seems to be the first!

Fred :) said...

watched it live from 150 miles away in Vancouver BC.

I could feel it . . . .

Great job Boeing and all who madeit happen.

Just a beauty plane.

Anonymous said...

AMAZING!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

OMG, I want one!!!

wagga said...

Pretty woman!

Anonymous said...

I'm SO jealous that you were THERE!

Anonymous said...

Awesome blog man, can't wait to fly on this beauty. I'm proud of Boeing and it makes me proud to be an American.

Thanks for all the details. The launch show was beautiful.

Anonymous said...

Great looking plane ...now I can't wait for the first flight..great job Boeing!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Great coverage mate! B)

Anonymous said...

Maravilloso!

Anonymous said...

It looks like you got the first pic posted alright. Webcast (from a Barnes and Noble west of Everett) was a little rough in sound but gave a good feel. Interesting to see the rollout was really a roll-in. I wonder if the people driving by on the Mukilteo Speedway realized what they were seeing.....:-)

Glad you were able to be there (and thanks for the tip on the Parade yesterday - we got to see it live from just north of the MOF).

Anonymous said...

You beat A.net yea you the best i dont care bout the quality you beat them

Nils said...

saw it on webcast from norway via a tv-station in Seattle. Good work!!!

Anonymous said...

what a beauty! watched the live web cast from the Seychelles (it's Monday 3.41am down here!). We get our own dreamliners (Air Seychelles)in 2010. Great job jon!

Ryan said...

Awesome!

Anonymous said...

A.net where still the first with a viewable high res image.