Suzanna Darcy-Henneman is a Boeing test pilot and lead test pilot of Boeing 777 program. She was the pilot of a record breaking 21,602.22 km flight from Hong Kong to London over the Pacific Ocean, America, and the Atlantic on November 9, 2005 in a Boeing 777-200LR. She joined Boeing in 1974, spent seven years as engineer, became trainer of airline pilots, and in 1985 was named Boeing Production Test pilot.

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  • Suzanna Darcy-Henneman is a Boeing test pilot and lead test pilot of Boeing 777 program. She was the pilot of a record breaking 21,602.22 km flight from Hong Kong to London over the Pacific Ocean, America, and the Atlantic on November 9, 2005 in a Boeing 777-200LR. She joined Boeing in 1974, spent seven years as engineer, became trainer of airline pilots, and in 1985 was named Boeing Production Test pilot.
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  • Suzanna Darcy-Henneman is a Boeing test pilot and lead test pilot of Boeing 777 program. She was the pilot of a record breaking 21,602.22 km flight from Hong Kong to London over the Pacific Ocean, America, and the Atlantic on November 9, 2005 in a Boeing 777-200LR. She joined Boeing in 1974, spent seven years as engineer, became trainer of airline pilots, and in 1985 was named Boeing Production Test pilot.
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