Etihad Airways will introduce the Boeing 787-9 on its daily scheduled services from Abu Dhabi to Kuala Lumpur, effective December 20th, and to Brussels, effective January 3rd
Boeing has delivered the first 787-9 Dreamliner for Shanghai-based Juneyao Airlines. The new Dreamliner will also be the first widebody commercial jet operated by a privately-held Chinese airline.
This is the first Boeing airplane to join the Tahitian airline, which plans to use the longest-range Dreamliner to replace aging A340s and connect its home base in the South Pacific with world cities such as Paris, Tokyo and Los Angeles.
Boeing, Air Lease Corporation and Eva Air have celebrated the delivery of the airline’s first 787-9 Dreamliner. Eva Air plans to debut the long-range and super-efficient airplane in November on international routes.
Boeing and United Airlines have announced the carrier is expanding its 787 Dreamliner fleet again with a new order for nine 787-9 airplanes, the longest-range member of the group.
The airline says it plans to use the super-efficient and passenger-preferred Dreamliner to upgrade its regional and long-range service from its base in China’s largest city.
Effective October 3rd, Etihad Airways will introduce the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner on its scheduled services from Abu Dhabi to Rabat, capital of the Kingdom of Morocco, replacing the Airbus A330-300 currently serving the route.
Boeing and Bamboo Airways have announced a commitment for 20 787-9 Dreamliners. The deal, when completed, would be worth $5.6 billion at current list prices.
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