The 707, Boeingâ€™s first jet airliner, was similarly put through its paces fifty-odd years ago by test pilot Tex Johnson, who put the narrow-body equipment through a barrel roll in 1955.
The 787 is Boeingâ€™s newest and most fuel-efficient jet airliner — 20 per cent more efficient than the 767 — but this demonstration would have been pushing it a little harder than your average Sydney to Auckland flight.
Some full-on banked turns, a touch and go, and one of the steepest take-offs Iâ€™ve seen a jumbo handle are below for your viewing pleasure, snapped before and during the Farnsborough show.
Boeingâ€™s 787 Dreamliner was put through its paces at the Farnsborough Air Show over the last few days, and its performance was pretty damn impressive.
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