American Airlines flew its inaugural Boeing 787 passenger flight Thursday.
Happy May 4th, and "May the Fourth Be With You."
R2-D2 will take flight on a new ANA 787 this Fall.
A KLM spokesperson has confirmed that the airline has deferred delivery of its first two Boeing 787 Dreamliners, and it will also delay the start of launching service to Edmonton, Canada until later this year.
Amid potential labor action, Boeing delivered the first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner that was assembled at its plant in North Charleston, South Carolina to United Airlines; this delivery is also the 250th Dreamliner aircraft to be delivered.
American Airlines took possession of its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner on January 23, and the aircraft has been in full flight test mode ever since.
French Polynesian flag carrier Air Tahiti Nui has confirmed that will replace its five-strong Airbus A340 quad-engine jet fleet with four Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.
The Boeing Customer Experience Center (BCEC) is located just a few miles from Boeing’s narrow-body 737 plant in Renton, Washington. On first glance, it seems like a traditional mock-up center, but as you will see, it goes far beyond that.
Earlier this week, American released its official 2015 Fleet Plan; even though the airline plans that its total mainline aircraft will shrink by about 30, it will take delivery of more than seven dozen mainline aircraft and retire more than 100 mainline.
ANA confirmed its intent to purchase three Boeing 787-10 Dreamliners as well as an order for five 737-800 aircraft.
American Airlines took delivery of its first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner during a small transfer of title process ceremony at Boeing’s factory in Everett, Washington, and the aircraft, N800AN, is now enroute to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
Madrid, Spain-based Air Europa was revealed today as the carrier that ordered for 14 787-9 Dreamliners, valued at $3.6 billion at list prices.
Singapore-based budget airline Scoot came one step closer to receiving its first Dreamliner on Monday, when its first airplane took to the skies over Boeing’s widebody factory here.
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...