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If our technology breaks we have learnt to turn it off and back on again. Well, from next week this is now a mandatory requirement every 51 days for Boeing 787 operators!
Control-Alt-Delete, the famous three-finger salute that allows us to force shutdown, reboot or restart our personal computers when they run into operating problems. Most of…..
Qantas has been shouting about its deployment of the Boeing 787-9 on the Sydney-San Francisco route. But replacing older 747-400s it is slashing capacity by…..
Spanish carrier Air Europa is to adopt a revised reconfiguration for the remaining Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners that it has on order for delivery from the…..
Air New Zealand new widebody order: increased MTOW 787-9 for New York and 787-10s for Asia would be sensible
Air New Zealand (Air NZ) is closing in on an order for new widebody aircraft which will replace its fleet of eight Boeing 777-200ERs and…..
ANA continues Southeast Asia expansion with selection of Bangkok and Singapore as first 787-10 routes
All Nippon Airways (ANA) is adding capacity to its two most popular Southeast Asian destinations, Bangkok and Singapore, as it introduces Boeing 787-10s, the largest…..
Singapore Airlines (SIA) low cost subsidiary Scoot has committed to acquiring two additional Boeing 787-8s but is taking a cautious approach to expansion of its…..
EVA Air begins Dreamliner operations, plans to downgauge Amsterdam and Vienna from 777-300ERs to 787-9s
Taiwan’s EVA Air is planning to down-gauge services to Amsterdam and Vienna from three class Boeing 777-300ERs to two class 787-9s in 2019. Amsterdam and…..
On 8-Oct-2018, Air Tahiti Nui took delivery of the first of its four 787-9s, kickstarting a rapid fleet renewal project which will result in the…..
Newly delivered A320neos give Royal Brunei Airlines (RBA) the flexibility to expand in Australia and downgauge its only existing Australia route Melbourne, from 787s. However,…..