It was a beautiful thing it held east of the field for about 10 minutes. It then did a fly-by making a right turn then landed on runway 36 and taxiing to show center. At about 11:00a, they started to allow us to board; we made our way in by 12:30 or so to our delight.
The airplane N787BA (ZA001) the first 787 built had test equipment from nose to tail. Much different from when I saw the airplane at the Farnborough Airshow in 2010.
Here are some pictures from the appearance of the Boeing 787-8 at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2011:
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