Boeing 787 8 Dreamliner

The Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner is currently priced at 206.8 million US dollars. Manufactured by the United States based aviation company Boeing company, the 787 8 Dreamliner was produced in 2010 and has been on and off the market since then. Touted as the most awaited series of passenger jets, the Boeing 787-9 is primarily used as a jumbo passenger jet to carry over 100 passengers to their destination. 

Specifications

The Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner is available as a high-quality scale model in several airline liveries. With the aid of Rockwell Collins next generation avionics, Boeing was able to manufacture a customized engine that can power this jumbo passenger jet. The engine is of the type 2 X Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 type with a power of 64,000 pound-force and a maximum cruise speed of 510 knots, which if converted equals to 945 kilometers per hour. The travel range for this mighty jet is also impressive as it has been able to travel as far as 8,200 nautical miles in one trip alone, which, when converted, translates to 15,186 kilometers. More impressive still, the fuel economy can last for an efficient time. The fuel economy is 0.24 nautical miles per gallon, which translates to 0.117 kilometres per litre. Meanwhile, the service ceiling is 43,000 feet. The take off distance varies but it’s been estimated that it measures from 1520 metres to 4,986.82 feet. Meanwhile the landing distance measures approximately 912 metres - 2,992.09 feet.

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