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Boeing 787-9 (N27958)

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7th July, 2018: Captain Bruce Bishop shows off his Dreamliner office after flying us across the Atlantic on the overnight flight UA194 from San Francisco to Munich.

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Leon Kay
Thank you for an interesting and unusual photo.
Ralph Wigzell
Very nice picture.
AZF713
The detail in this image is awesome..thanks for sharing it with us.
ROBERT MILLS JR
Insane the legs the 787-900 has: 16 hours plus reserves, IAH to SYD.
I wonder if it can out-distance the A-340?
marylou anderson
Very interesting esp to this non-pilot.
Thank you for such a good thoughtful pic.
Shabbir BasharPhoto Uploader
Wow .. so many nice comments!! Thanks everyone .. it's my pleasure .. and gratitude to our good captain for the photo opportunity.
Steven McGuinness
I'm glad to hear you were made to feel welcome in the cockpit. I read in "Cockpit Confidential" by Patrick Smith, that for the most part the pilots are flattered when passengers show interest in their work, and are usually happy to talk with you if you want to come up and visit them.
Steven McGuinness
Thanks too for so much detail in your description of the photo.
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