The Boeing 787 Dreamliner took to the skies over Washington exactly five years ago today. Despite several delays that caused the first flight to be several months late, December 15, 2009 was a dream come true for Boeing.
American Airlines was due to take delivery of its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner before the end of 2014, with plans to enter into revenue service early next year on select domestic flights.
By Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren, Special to AWN / Published December 8, 2014 Updated December 8 at 1730PT EVERETT, WA: Etihad Airways’ first Boeing 787 Dreamliner took flight on Monday. The 787-9 jet is the first of 41 the carrier has on order, and was one of the first few jets to receive the carrier’s...
Japan Airlines will introduce its ever popular JAL Sky Suite onto select 787-8 aircraft under the name JAL Sky Suite 787 (Booking ID SS8).
It’s a busy week for United Airlines, which launched four new Pacific routes, beginning with non-stop service between Los Angeles and Melbourne, Australia, and between San Francisco and Tokyo's Haneda Airport, on October 26.
Virgin Australia announced plans to revamp their business and premium economy classes across their widebody fleet.
Japan Airlines is set to launch nonstop service between Osaka and Los Angeles
ANA will begin flying scheduled domestic Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner flights on August 7. It will introduce the 395 seat aircraft on routes between Tokyo’s Haneda Airport and Fukuoka, Osaka (Itami) and Matsuyama.
By Jack Harty / Published July 12, 2014 Approximately four months ago, United Airlines launched a second daily flight between Houston and Tokyo Narita, but now, it plans to reduce its weekly frequency and use the 787 to operate some of the flights. Currently, United operates 14 weekly flights between...
United will begin flying the 787-9 between Los Angeles and Houston starting September 20.
In this week's TGIF wrap up we've got the scoop on all of the World Cup aviation news. And lots of bad soccer jokes.
LOT Polish Airlines has its eyes set on consistent profitability as the carrier continues to restructure.
Air Canada showed off its first Boeing 787 Tuesday in Toronto. Take a look inside and find out where you can find the plane in the wild!