PilotsEYE.tv shows the production, collection and conversion of a brand-new Boeing 777F from Seattle – Paine Field – to Frankfurt in this episode No.16. It is considered to be the most efficient and most economical cargo aircraft in the world. The Boeing 777 "freighter" combines the advantages of a short fuselage with the large wings of the passenger version, in order to carry more than 100 tonnes of payload, which is a record among twin-jet aircraft. For three months, PilotsEYE.tv accompanied the birth of a new giant of the air, from manufacturing to sale to the first flight from the Boeing shipyards in Seattle to the new German home to Frankfurt. Commenting on both aircrafts in regular flashbacks, this film offers the rare opportunity to witness the most important stations on the way to a finished new aircraft, the fifth new family member in the Lufthansa Cargo fleet.

Highlights:
– Fast – from 0 to 12,000 (meters) in 13 minutes
– Expensive – So you buy and pay for an airplane
– Krumm – Säbeldesign optimizes engines
– Controlled – Boeing buys back errors
– Shoved – No taxi in Everett
– Tested – The first off-flight
– Compact iPads conquer the cockpit
– Ugly – dreamlanding the Dreamlifter
– Technically – Factory tour with the Chef's Testpilot
– Boring – Autopilots hate pickup flights

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In this episode: PilotsEYE.tv captures the production, pick up and delivery of a new Boeing 777F from Seattle to Frankfurt, Germany. It's the most efficient and economical cargo of our time. The Boeing 777- "Freighter" features the advantages of a short fuselage with the large wings of its passenger version, enabling a record breaking payload of over 100 tons for the first time on a twin jet aircraft. For three months, PilotsEYE.tv bore is the birth of this newest "giant of the skies": from its production to its sale to its ferry flight out of Seattle for the plane's new home airport in Frankfurt, Germany. This is the first time I've ever been to the D-ALFE, the fifth family Member of Lufthansa's growing Cargo Fleet.

Highlights:
– Rocket launch – 13 Minutes from 0 to FL390
– Aircut – Oriental Design optimizes Engines
– Testing – We literally turn off every engine
– When autopilots get bored
– A Signature worth 320M $
– How you buy an airplane
– iPads take over the cockpit
– Big planes – Really big factory
– Testpilot's tour of the production facilities
– Pushed until runway – No Taxiing in Everett
– Small mistakes are human – Let's buy them back
– Dreamlifter lifts like a dream, looks like a nightmare

Subtitles: DE-EN-FR-ES

DVD: EAN 4260139480265 ISBN 978-3-943781-26-7 ASIN B00ZSVDTN6
Blu-ray: EAN 4260139480364 ISBN 978-3-943781-36-6 ASIN B00ZSVDTP4

DVD: http://petv.co/amzde_sea777dvd
Blu-ray: http://petv.co/amzde_sea777bd

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