It will be a while before the traveling public will have a chance to fly Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner in Australia.
But 10 Australian Aviation readers have a chance to take a free guided tour of the revolutionary jetliner during its visit to Sydney on Monday afternoon. Hosted by Boeing, the tour will include a look at all areas of the aircraft and a chance to talk to test pilots and crew. It’s also the only chance for the public to see the inside of the plane during its Australian visit.
If you’d like a place on the tour, please leave a brief comment below saying, in 25 words or less, what most interests you about the 787 and what you’d most like to see.
Comments must be submitted by 5 pm AEST on Thursday, May 24. We’ll contact the 10 winners by mid-day Friday.
The tour is scheduled for 2:30-3 pm on Monday, May 28, so you’ll need to be available then and able to get yourself to and from Sydney Airport. We’ll be in touch about an exact meeting place.
Note that due to our moderation system, comments may not be immediately visible, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t received them. Please, only one entry per person.
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