Hat tip to David Parker Brown for posting this really cool three minute video on his AirlineReporter blog that shows the making of British Airways Boeing 777-300ER – complete from the assembly of the first parts all the way through to its first flight. The video is one of the best time-lapsed aviation videos that we have seen in awhile. Not to mention the fact that the aircraft itself is amazing as according to British Airways:
The state-of-the-art aircraft, is longer, quieter and more fuel efficient than its predecessors and showcases the future face of British Airways.
It features an all-new interior including new World Traveller and new World Traveller Plus cabins and a new in-flight entertainment system.
It will feature more than 230 TV programmes, 70 films and 400 CDs, plug and play technology, as well as 60 per cent bigger high-resolution screens.
When it goes into service later this year, the 297 seat aircraft will offer a four class configuration including First, Club World, World Traveller Plus and World Traveller.
We definitely can’t wait to book a flight in order to check out the aircraft for ourselves!
I love these Boeing videos, they are great fun to watch. I've included this in my aviation links, thanks. 🙂