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Boeing 787 Airplane Takes Off From Runway


Japan Airline's new Boeing 787 "Dreamliner" heads down the runway as it begins it's 13 hour non-stop flight to Tokyo. Filmed in half/speed slow motion.

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Logan Airport, Boston, Massachusetts, Usa

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