Looked purty durn smooth ta me. I think what you saw wasn't so much flex but the flaps going down.
I been flying long enough to know what flaps are All planes wings do have some flex just this one seems allot more - then notice on the landing once the nose wheel touches down look at the wing tips they go boeing , boeing , I never seen bouncing like that on what looks like a very smooth landing
With 800 birds being on order the Boeing workers jobs would appear to be secure for a while
Thats part of the problem with the Dream Liner - Most of it was farmed out over seas , hence their long 2 year delay - Boeing was supposed to save money by NOT hiring American workers , instead Boeing lost their arses
On top of all that the Dream Liner lost hundreds of orders and Boeing was also sued by Canada Airlines for the delay , which I believe Boeing settled out of court
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