Boeing has confirmed it will consolidate production of 787 Dreamliner jets at its facility in North Charleston, South Carolina. The process will start in mid-2021.
Boeing and Japanese airline group ANA Holdings have signed a deal for 20 more 787 Dreamliner planes. The agreement includes 11 787-10s, one 787-9 and options for five 787-9s and is valued at more than $5 billion at list prices.
British Airways has announced that it will take delivery of its first 787-10 Dreamliner in January. The flag-carrier also revealed the plane’s first route will be to Atlanta in February.
Boeing and Emirates have finalised a purchase agreement for 30 787-9 Dreamliner planes, valued at $8.8 billion according to list prices. It is the second large order at the Dubai Air Show for Emirates, with the airline earlier this week concluding a deal for 50 Airbus A350-900 planes.
Boeing and Air Premia have announced the Korean start-up airline plans to buy five 787-9 Dreamliner planes, following an agreement to lease three 787-9 jets from Air Lease Corporation earlier this year.
Boeing and Air New Zealand have finalised an order for eight 787-10 Dreamliner planes valued at $2.7 billion at list prices. The carrier will integrate the largest Dreamliner model into its fleet of 787-9 and 777 planes from 2022.
On the side-lines of crown prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa’s official visit to the United States of America, Gulf Air has received its seventh Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner at Dulles International Airport.
The Vietnamese flag carrier plans to put the 787-10 – the most fuel-efficient twin-aisle airplane in the industry – on the busiest routes in its expanding network. The deal comes via a lease from Air Lease Corporation.
Eva Air has celebrated the delivery of its first Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner. The plane is the first of 20 super-efficient 787-10s the carrier plans to use on high-density routes within Asia from this summer.
Air New Zealand currently operates a fleet of 13 787-9 Dreamliners which chief executive, Christopher Luxon, said have proved to be the perfect aircraft for the airline’s Pacific Rim focus.
Lufthansa Group has agreed deals for the purchase of a total of 40 state-of-the-art aircraft for its airlines. The 20 Boeing 787-9 and 20 additional Airbus A350-900 planes will primarily be replacing four-engine aircraft.