N780BA is moved from the flightline to Kilo North.
As the LCF was moved to it's intended parking position, a problem emerged. The airplane could not be maneuvered around the newly installed tiedowns (the yellow squares in the photo, protruding two inches above the concrete surface) without damaging the tires. It was eventually parked on the taxiway.
China Southern Cargo B-2081 departing on a test flight.
China Southern Cargo B-2081 returning from a test flight.
N787FT diverted to Paine Field on August 17th due to the Boeing Field closure during the POTUS visit, 20 minutes before landing at Paine a hydraulic leak was discovered and the 787 remained on the ground all day Wednesday.
ANA JA619A does a high speed taxi after a test flight.
This 787 nose section sits on the Boeing Everett flightline after being unloaded from an LCF on the evening of August 3. Normally, 787 components are moved to the 40-36 building immediately after being unloaded. Three days on the flightline may be an indication that there is no room for parts at the back of the 787 assembly line.
787 air conditioning packs are moved from ATS Hangar 3 to a Boeing truck for eventual shipment to Connecticut, air conditioning tools will be moved to stall 115 on the flightline. JA804A is behind the door, N787ZA is in the bay to the right.