Air International 2021-07
R.Schuurman - Rude awakening for Dreamliner
All Nippon Airways - the first airline to receive a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, on September 25, 2011 - will also receive the last Everett-built example
Etihad Airways was the last airline to receive a Boeing 787 prior to the manufacturer halting Dreamliner deliveries on October 14. It would be 164 days before another example of the widebody was delivered
Boeing and Uzbekistan Airways recently delivered humanitarian relief supplies to the Aral Sea region of Uzbekistan on board the airline's newest 787-8 Dreamliner
The 787 made its first flight on December 15, 2009. As of May 12, 1,004 examples had been placed with airlines worldwide
Saudia was initially hesitant to accept 787s without assurances from Boeing that the airliner was safe. It now operates a fleet of 13 787-9s alongside five of the larger 787-10s
According to Business Insider, KLM discovered loose seats, missing and incorrectly installed pins, nuts and bolts not fully tightened, and a fuel-line clamp left unsecured following the delivery of its maiden 787-10 in June 2019
A modified Dreamlifter in operation by Atlas Air. With a volume of 65,000 cubic feet (1,840m3) the Dreamlifter can hold three times as much as a 747-400F freighter