Photo tour of the Boeing Dreamliner Gallery

18 Feb 2015 by Clement Huang

As frequent travellers, we are only ever interested in the final product itself, but for an airline, the process of adding a new aircraft model to its fleet requires preparation years in advance. During our trip to Boeing's manufacturing facility at Everett, Seattle, last month, Business Traveller Asia-Pacific scored an inside look into the inner workings of the B787 Dreamliner. Here is our photo tour:


Entrance of the Boeing Dreamliner Gallery

All three Dreamliner variants – the B787-8, B787-9 and B787-10

A total of 61 customers have placed orders for the B787

Singapore Airlines leads the way by being the first ever customer to order the B787-10

Larger electrochromic windows on the Dreamliner that can be adjusted at a push of a button – capable of blocking out up to 99.5% of light!

A life-sized empty cabin mockup to allow customers to better designate space accordingly

A cabin mockup comprising off-the-shelf premium economy seats arranged in a 2-4-2 layout

Stowage bin on the B787 that is based on a new design, ensuring more space than ever!

The Dreamliner Gallery has a seat exhibition that showcases many popular designs – here's the acclaimed Zodiac Cirrus seat!

A premium economy seat being showcased

Galley mockup

Yes, even the lavatories are individually chosen...

... as are the equipment used to heat inflight meals!

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Clement Huang 

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