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Boeing introduces 787 Dreamliner Flight Tracker

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Boeing will showcase a new 787 Dreamliner Flight Tracker experience this week during Dreamliner LIVE events in North Charleston and Charleston, S.C. Boeing will showcase a new 787 Dreamliner Flight Tracker experience this week during Dreamliner LIVE events in North Charleston and Charleston, S.C.
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Whether on your computer or on the go, the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner Flight Tracker allows you to track current flights and explore not yet seen vantage points using near real-time FlightAware data and picture perfect views provided by Google Earth. 

Fly above the planet aboard a flight that may be just overhead or en route over a favorite city or far away destination.  The New interactive online experience lets users all over the world explore the 787 Dreamliner.

Boeing will showcase a new 787 Dreamliner Flight Tracker experience this week during Dreamliner LIVE events in North Charleston and Charleston, S.C.

The events will be held Friday, June 28 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. EDT Tanger Outlet Mall North Charleston, S.C. and Saturday, June 29 8 a.m. to noon EDT Charleston Farmers Market in Marion Square

The 787 Flight Tracker resource allows users to:

  1. Track all in-progress 787 flights using FlightAware data
  2. Geographically position 787 flights using Google Earth with tremendous mapping accuracy
  3. Explore 360 degree views of all 787s in flight in airline livery
  4. Experience virtual window views, 360 degree views and views using Google Earth at the click of a button
  5. Interact with a list view of current customer airlines, flight number, status, time en route, origin, destination and direct booking availability
  6. Customize Google Earth features such as adding country borders, zooming to city detail or freely rotating the planet to desired view

Join the conversation using the Twitter hashtag #dreamliner and explore the entire collection of online experiences of the 787 that match digital media bite to the 787s advanced technology airplane bark here.


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