It looks like an ordinary 737, but it sure doesn't fly like one.
By Trevor Thieme
Posted 10.03.2002 at 1:35 pm 0 Comments
Glance toward the sky over Washington's Puget Sound and you might catch a glimpse of the world's most advanced commercial airplane, the Boeing Technology Demonstrator. The avionics in this one-of-a-kind 737-900 promise to reduce noise pollution, increase airspace capacity, and improve the pilot's ability to keep passengers safe. Here's a peek at the aircraft's high-tech flight deck.
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