A High-Fidelity Boeing 787 Dreamliner Flight Simulator

A High-Fidelity Boeing 787 Dreamliner Flight Simulator

By: David Michael Edwards B.S., M.B.A.

David’s LinkedIn Professional Profile can be viewed and seen by clicking here.

The Boeing Company has historically proven itself through its effective and productive track record to be the uniquely preeminent leader in the innovation, development, and production of airline transport category aircraft, which are utilized throughout the global airline industry.

Airbus Industries has become a relevant, credible, valiant, and worthy rival to The Boeing Company in the global aircraft manufacturing industry. Together, The Boeing Company and Airbus Industries dominate the global airline transport category aircraft market.

The modern flagship of The Boeing Company commercial transport aircraft portfolio is the Boeing 787Dreamliner brand and product line. Reasonably and relatively modern twenty-first (21st) century technology, design, and engineering techniques were utilized and implemented in the design and production of the modern technology based Boeing 787 aircraft (B787).

United Airlines Boeing 787 Deamliner flight experience source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=737t6EwxxMw

The Boeing Company began the design of the B787 on January 29, 2003, according to Boeing-a (2019). The entry level B7878 can accommodate up to 250 passengers in economy class configuration at a cruise airspeed of Mach 0.85 with a maximal flight range of 7,530 nautical miles (n.m.) in the B7879, according to Boeing-a (2019). The individual unit list price of the B787 product line with no on-board fuel is as follows: 248.3, 292.5, and 338.4 Million United States Dollars (U.S.D.) for the B7878, B7879, and B78710 variants, respectively, according to Boeing-d (2019). The first B787 was delivered to All Napon Airways (A.N.A.) on September 26 of 2011, according to Boeing-b (2019). The Boeing Company was awarded the Prestigious Collier Trophy in 2011 by the National Aeronautics Association (N.A.A.) for the B787 design, according to National Aeronautics Association (2019). Direct and specific information from The Boeing Company on the design of the B787 can be read and reviewed by clicking here. The Boeing Company reportedly spend $32 Billion ($32,000,000,000) U.S.D. in the developmental financial investment in the B787 program, according to Gates (2011). The overall consensus of media and publicly accessible and published analyst reports indicate the Boeing Company is currently at the “BreakingEvenPoint” on its $32 Billion U.S.D. investment on the B787 with approximately 1,450 firm and confirmed orders of the B787 brand product line, according to Boeing-c (2019). In other words, barring a global shut down and/or HoldUP and/or Embargo of all financial commerce activities, The Boeing Company should financially recover its $32 Billion U.S.D. B787 program developmental investment.

Very interestingly resourceful, accomplished and successful individual/entities have been able to purchase the B787 and have an initial conversion modification to a private jet, rather than a typical and/or customary airline passenger configuration. Privately owned and operated B787 aircraft can cost $74,000 U.S.D. per hour to operate, according to Drescher (2017). Privately configured Boeing airline transport aircraft are labeled “Boeing Business Jets” (B.B.J.) products by The Boeing Company.

The Lockheed Martin Corporation Prepar 3D (P3D) Personal Computer (P.C.) based platform provides an excellent overall HighFidelity flight simulation environment and platform. QualityWings Simulations is a credible and reliable aircraft add-on company. QualityWings Simulation has now developed their first HighFidelity flight simulation with a B787 simulation for Lockheed Martins’ P3D flight simulator platform.

The QualityWings Simulation B787 HighFidelity flight simulator is an official Boeing Licensed Product, which was designed and rigorously tested by active real word airline pilots currently flying the B787 for various airlines.

The QualityWings Simulation B787 flight simulator is available at an attainable price of $79.99 U.S.D. by clicking here.

I give my absolute highest and unwavering recommendations for both the Boeing 787 (B787) aircraft itself, and the HighFidelity QualityWings Simulation B787 Flight Simulation without hesitation and/or reservation.

The QualityWings B787 flight simulator detailed product specifications and product page can be viewed by clicking here.

Note: In order to fly the QualityWings Simulation B787 flight simulator, purchase of the Lockheed Martin Corporation Prepar3D (P3D) flight simualtor platform is a required Prerequisite. The P3D flight simulation platform can be purchased by clicking here.

DISCLAIMER: This is not a paid advertisement by The Boeing Company and/or QualityWings Simulations, nor has Aerospace Weekly (A.W.) been financially subsidized and/or financial compensated for this article in any way, shape, and/or form directly and/or indirectly.


Boeing-a (2019). Historical Snapshot. Boeing.

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Boeing-b (2019). Boeing, ANA Celebrate First Boeing 787 Drealiner Delivery. Boeing. Press Release.

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Boeing-c. (2019). Boeing 787 Model Summary Through September 2019. http://www.Boeing.com

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Boeing-d. (2019). About Boeing Commerical Aircraft. http://www.Boeing.com

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Drescher, C. (2017, July 21). This Private Boeing 787 Dreamliner Costs $74,000 an Hour. Cntraveler.

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Gates, D. (2011, September 24). Boeing Celebrates 787 Delivery As Program’s Costs Top $32 Billion. SeattleTimes.com

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National Aeronautics Association (2019). Collier 2010-2019 Recipients. National Aeronautics Association.

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