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Old September 25th, 2013, 03:27 PM   #2781
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I don't think it's a write off. Even if it made sense to write it off, Boeing would do it for free to make sure it's not written off. Having said that, there've been no reports of it being a write off or even such a possibility.

I would think so too but I haven't heard any reports on it for a while.
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Old September 25th, 2013, 06:23 PM   #2782
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Wow the 787 is going to set a record for the fast write off.
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Old September 25th, 2013, 09:53 PM   #2783
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Wow the 787 is going to set a record for the fast write off.
Not quite......

Remember the Air France A320 crash just 3 months after the first A320 delivery. The crash happened 3 days after the plane was delivered to Air France, the 3rd one in total.

As for fastest write odd, that record goes to the Etihad A340-600 that crashed into a barrier at Toulouse airport during customer acceptance test days before it should have been delivered.

And that's just the modern age, the 1st Boeing 707 write off was withing 2 years after the 1st flight and in the year of the delivery of the crashed plane. The De Havilland Comet was also a very unlucky plane with the 1st crash withing the 1st year after the 1st delivery. A KLM DC-3 crashed on it's delivery flight in 1937, which was the 3rd crash of the type in it's 1st year of operation.

So even if it's going to be a write-off it's not going to be a record for the fastest write-off.
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Old September 26th, 2013, 01:01 AM   #2784
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Does anyone know what is happening with Ethiopian Airlines' ET-AOP/Queen of Sheba?? That btw is the aircraft which caught fire at LHR a couple of months ago. Is it getting repaired?? Are they going to repair it or is it a write off??

Boeing says the plane can be fixed and ET wants it good as new. The insurance companies are balking at such a fix since it will be the first of the kind on that particular new revolutionary airframe, hence they may require a higher insurance premium. Nobody is balking at the moment and the suits are wrangling over it. My guess is that Boeing might end up fixing and keeping it for further R&D purposes. ET might get compensation in some other form to acquire a replacement aircraft. We'll see in time.
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Old September 26th, 2013, 06:49 AM   #2785
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Bi-classes :
I don't understand hoW Air India can have 6 business seats less than Ethiopian and 8 economic seats less. 78 inches between seats in Ethiopian ?
Ethiopian has angle flat business class seats not fully flat, so about a 60" pitch, which is how they get 24 seats between door 1 and 2 instead of 18 like Air India or LOT with flat bed seats. They also have an inch less legroom than Air India in economy which is how they are getting the extra row in back.
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Old September 26th, 2013, 10:13 AM   #2786
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LN79 ZA432 for Hainan outside EMC. Looks like battery fix process.
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LN30 ZA234 VT-ANE for Air India. Nearly finished, still not repainted. LN28 ZA232 VT-ANC is probably inside EMC now.
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Old September 26th, 2013, 11:39 AM   #2787
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Not quite......

Remember the Air France A320 crash just 3 months after the first A320 delivery. The crash happened 3 days after the plane was delivered to Air France, the 3rd one in total.

As for fastest write odd, that record goes to the Etihad A340-600 that crashed into a barrier at Toulouse airport during customer acceptance test days before it should have been delivered.

And that's just the modern age, the 1st Boeing 707 write off was withing 2 years after the 1st flight and in the year of the delivery of the crashed plane. The De Havilland Comet was also a very unlucky plane with the 1st crash withing the 1st year after the 1st delivery. A KLM DC-3 crashed on it's delivery flight in 1937, which was the 3rd crash of the type in it's 1st year of operation.

So even if it's going to be a write-off it's not going to be a record for the fastest write-off.
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Old September 26th, 2013, 12:18 PM   #2788
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Bi-classes :

- Norwegian : 291, 36-255
- Ethiopian : 270, 24-246
- Air India : 256, 18-238
- Aeromexico : 243 ,32-211
- JAL : 186, 42-144

Three-classes :

- LOT : 252, 18-21-213
- ANA :
1- 158, 46-112
2- 222, 42-180
3- 264, 12-252


I don't understand hoW Air India can have 6 business seats less than Ethiopian and 8 economic seats less. 78 inches between seats in Ethiopian ?

Does anyone know for Royal Air Maroc ?


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Ethiopian has angle flat business class seats not fully flat, so about a 60" pitch, which is how they get 24 seats between door 1 and 2 instead of 18 like Air India or LOT with flat bed seats. They also have an inch less legroom than Air India in economy which is how they are getting the extra row in back.
Ok.

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Ce que je trouve intéressant dans ces cartes c’est que ça reflète un peu la disparité sociale des pays dont ces 3 compagnies sont originaires. Qatar Airways offre une classe Business avec des sièges lits alors qu’il entasse les sièges de classe Economie. JAL par contre, offre une classe Business sans aller vers l’option de lit mais garde un certain confort pour la classe Economie avec plus d’espace (moins de sièges).

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What I find interesting about these cards is that it reflects some social disparity countries from which these three companies are from. Qatar Airways offers Business Class seats with beds while piling Economy class seats. By JAL against offers a Business Class option without going to bed but keeps some comfort for economy class with more space (less seats).


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Old September 26th, 2013, 12:30 PM   #2789
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Old September 26th, 2013, 12:43 PM   #2790
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Boeing 787 Dreamliner Comparison: JAL vs ANA
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Old September 26th, 2013, 03:28 PM   #2791
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LA has by the far the most glamorous scheme on the B787 followed by BA
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Old September 26th, 2013, 03:47 PM   #2792
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LN79 ZA432 for Hainan outside EMC. Looks like battery fix process.
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Hanging around KPAE by moonm, on Flickr

LN30 ZA234 VT-ANE for Air India. Nearly finished, still not repainted. LN28 ZA232 VT-ANC is probably inside EMC now.
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Old September 26th, 2013, 04:16 PM   #2793
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Everett, Boeing facility, Everett Modification Center.
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IIRC that frame was rolled out from factory in January 2011, when Air India stood as a candidate to join Star Alliance. They were so certain about accession that they painted SA logo on Dreamliners.
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-Heathrow.html



http://blogs.crikey.com.au/planetalk...lights-roster/

Economic


http://blog.marhaba.com.qa/2013/05/0...liner-is-back/


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Business


http://www.seatplans.com/airlines/Et...-Dreamliner-13



Economic


http://blog.racingwinds.com/2012/08/...st-boeing-787/
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Old September 26th, 2013, 10:19 PM   #2795
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^Personally, I dislike angled seats in business class. In particular, Virgin Atlantic where all of the seats are inward facing (I have flown 744 and 346) Do they think business travellers don't want to look out of the window?
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^Personally, I dislike angled seats in business class. In particular, Virgin Atlantic where all of the seats are inward facing (I have flown 744 and 346) Do they think business travellers don't want to look out of the window?

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I know, this is few months late.

LN34 ZA380 #1 frame for China Southern started final assembly in early February 2011:

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Photo of Note: First 787 Dreamliner for China Southern ZA380 by Jon Ostrower, on Flickr

Rolled out in April 2011. Moved to paint hangar this month, rolled out in paint straight to storage 04/21/2011. This was only frame painted in regular China Southern livery.


http://kpae.blogspot.com/2011/04/chi...87-b-2725.html

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8/27/2012 inside EMC:

http://kpae.blogspot.com/2012/08/pai...august-27.html

Rolled out from EMC 10/21/2012.
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China Southern 787 by AirlineReporter.com, on Flickr[/QUOTE]

On the flightline, still in old livery:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/sandieg...er/8346284881/

Repainted around 01/23/2013, appeared on the flightline 01/25/2013

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First flight 4/22/2013
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Amazing that there have been so many issues from planes built by the superior union workforce out in Everett (sarcasm). It will be interesting to see if any issues arise from the Qatar planes made in South Carolina. Up till now, South Carolina has only delivered planes to the two Chinese carriers and Air India, and I believe the only problem was with an oven on an AI plane.
I thought you were just being a dick making it a political issue, but it turns out it's actually true. The Everett workers are behind LOTs unreliable birds.

http://blog.seattlepi.com/flyingless...kend-grounded/

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Ce que je trouve intéressant dans ces cartes c’est que ça reflète un peu la disparité sociale des pays dont ces 3 compagnies sont originaires. Qatar Airways offre une classe Business avec des sièges lits alors qu’il entasse les sièges de classe Economie. JAL par contre, offre une classe Business sans aller vers l’option de lit mais garde un certain confort pour la classe Economie avec plus d’espace (moins de sièges).

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What I find interesting about these cards is that it reflects some social disparity countries from which these three companies are from. Qatar Airways offers Business Class seats with beds while piling Economy class seats. By JAL against offers a Business Class option without going to bed but keeps some comfort for economy class with more space (less seats).
One word, ANA's new international configuration.
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Update as of 24SEP13: Current / Future Boeing 787 Scheduled Routes

As of 24SEP13 GDS timetable and inventory display, latest updates to planned Boeing 787 Scheduled operations from 15 operators as follow. Further changes to planned resumption dates as well as new routes will be reported once GDS info is being updated. Individual updates will appear under category “Boeing 787” on Airline Route. Certain carriers may operate Boeing 787 aircraft on charter routes, where certain information may not available as they’re not published in the GDS.

Latest adjustment on 24SEP13 includes AeroMexico Boeing 787 schedule changes to Paris. Routes marked with $ represent latest adjustment.

AeroMexico Boeing 787 service launched on 23SEP13
Current Boeing 787 Routes:
Mexico City – New York JFK 1 daily (from 24SEP13)

Future Boeing 787 Routes:
Mexico City – Tijuana – Tokyo Narita – Mexico City eff 14OCT13 3 weekly service (4 weekly from 04APR14)
$ Mexico City – Paris CDG eff 24OCT13 Alternating days (Daily from 17NOV13. AM previously planned to start 787 service from 04NOV13 on daily basis)
Mexico City – Buenos Aires eff 20MAR14 1 weekly (3 weekly from 05MAY14 to 06JUL14, 2 weekly from 07JUL14. Boeing 787 previously scheduled to enter service from 05FEB14)
Mexico City – Madrid 26APR14 and 03MAY14 only (MAD departs on the following day)
Mexico City – London Heathrow eff 02JUL14 3 weekly

Air India
Current Boeing 787 Routes:
Delhi – Amritsar 8 weekly
Delhi – Bangalore 1 daily
Delhi – Birmingham 4 weekly
Delhi – Kolkata 1 daily
Delhi – London Heathrow 1 daily
Delhi – Chennai 1 daily
Delhi – Frankfurt 1 daily
Delhi – Paris CDG 1 daily
Delhi – Sydney – Melbourne – Delhi 4 weekly
Delhi – Melbourne – Sydney – Delhi 3 weekly

ANA
Future Boeing 787 Routes:
Tokyo Narita – Singapore eff 01OCT13 1 daily (2 daily from 27OCT13)
Tokyo Haneda – Sapporo eff 27OCT13 2 daily
Tokyo Haneda – Singapore eff 27OCT13 1 daily
Tokyo Narita – Shanghai Pu Dong eff 27OCT13 1 daily (Boeing 787 operating this route once again)
Tokyo Haneda – Komatsu eff 28OCT13 1 daily
Tokyo Haneda – Okinawa 20NOV13 – 26NOV13 1 daily (Passenger Service)
Tokyo Narita – Jakarta eff 01FEB14 1 daily
Tokyo Haneda – Saga eff 04FEB14 5 weekly (Night-time Cargo service)

Current Boeing 787 Routes:
Osaka Itami – Kagoshima
Tokyo Haneda – Akita
Tokyo Haneda – Beijing 1 daily (Service maintained on/after 27OCT13)
Tokyo Haneda – Frankfurt 1 daily
Tokyo Haneda – Fukuoka
Tokyo Haneda – Hiroshima
Tokyo Haneda – Kagoshima
Tokyo Haneda – Kumamoto
Tokyo Haneda – Matsuyama
Tokyo Haneda – Miyazaki *
Tokyo Haneda – Okayama *
Tokyo Haneda – Okinawa 2 weekly (CARGO flight)
Tokyo Haneda – Osaka Itami
Tokyo Haneda – Taipei Song Shan 1 daily (Service maintained on/after 27OCT13)
Tokyo Haneda – Takamatsu
Tokyo Haneda – Toyama
Tokyo Haneda – Yamaguchi-Ube *
Tokyo Narita – Beijing 1 daily (Until 31JAN14)
Tokyo Narita – Munich 1 daily
Tokyo Narita – San Jose CA 1 daily (Resumed on 01JUN13 with 5 weekly; 1 daily from 10JUL13)
Tokyo Narita – Seattle 1 daily

Operational frequencies on Domestic routes will no longer be listed starting from the update from 22AUG13.

* No scheduled operations from 20NOV13 to 30NOV13
Boeing 787 Domestic operational routes on/after 01DEC13 remains pending. In addition, existing Boeing 787 operation may be replaced by Boeing 767 or 777 on selected dates in November 2013

British Airways
London Heathrow – Toronto eff 01SEP13 1 daily (10 weekly from 15SEP13 to 26OCT13)

Future Boeing 787 Route:
London Heathrow – Newark eff 01OCT13 1 daily (13 weekly from 27OCT13)
London Heathrow – Austin eff 03MAR14 5 weekly (Daily from 05MAY14)

China Southern
*Guangzhou – Shanghai Hongqiao 2 daily (Previously scheduled to begin from 06JUL13)
Guangzhou – Chengdu 4 weekly (1 daily from 01SEP13 to 12SEP13)
Guangzhou – London Heathrow 5 weekly (1 daily from 16DEC13 to 15JAN14; Previously 787 to start operation from 27OCT13)
Guangzhou – Shanghai Pu Dong 4 weekly (1 daily from 01SEP13 to 12SEP13)

Future Boeing 787 Routes:
Guangzhou – Auckland eff 28OCT13 1 daily (10 weekly from 03DEC13 to 01FEB14)

* Schedule on/after 01OCT13 is pending

Ethiopian Airlines (All dates below departs from Addis Ababa)
Addis Ababa – Frankfurt Boeing 787 service begins from 11AUG13 instead of 01SEP13, 3 weekly flights
Addis Ababa – Harare – Lusaka – Addis Ababa 2 weekly (Day 57)
Addis Ababa – Johannesburg 787 operates on Day x6 (Selected dates operated by 777-200LR instead of 787)
Addis Ababa – Lome – Rio de Janeiro – Sao Paulo – Lome – Addis Ababa 3 weekly (Since 01JUL13)
Addis Ababa – London Heathrow 6 weekly (Including 1 weekly via Rome on outbound)
Addis Ababa – Rome – Toronto 3 weekly (since 19JUN13, Except selected dates in late-August)
Addis Ababa – Washington Dulles 16SEP13 – 21NOV13 4 weekly (Previously scheduled from 02NOV13)

Ethiopian occasionally operates the Boeing 787 on following routes:
Addis Ababa – Dubai
Addis Ababa – Nairobi – Bujumbura

Schedules on/after 27OCT13 is pending.

Hainan Airlines
Beijing – Chengdu 1 daily
Beijing – Haikou 1 daily (Beijing departure from 12JUL13)
Beijing – Shanghai Hongqiao 1 daily (2 daily from 06SEP13 to 26SEP13)

Future Boeing 787 Routes:
Beijing – Hangzhou eff 27SEP13 1 daily
Beijing – Chicago eff 10NOV13 2 weekly (4 weekly from 10DEC13)

Domestic operational schedule is loaded until 26OCT13 inclusive

JAL
Future Boeing 787 Routes:
Tokyo Narita – Sydney eff 01DEC13 1 daily
Tokyo Narita – Bangkok eff 02DEC13 4 weekly (JL707 Day x357; JL718 Day x146)

Current Boeing 787 Routes:
Tokyo Haneda – Beijing 1 daily
Tokyo Haneda – San Francisco 1 daily (SFO from 31AUG13)
Tokyo Haneda – Singapore 1 daily
Tokyo Narita – Boston 1 daily
Tokyo Narita – Delhi 1 daily (from 12JUL13)
Tokyo Narita – San Diego 1 daily
Tokyo Narita – Singapore 2 daily
Tokyo Narita – Helsinki 1 daily (from 01JUL13)
Tokyo Narita – Moscow Domodedovo 3 weekly

LAN Airlines
Santiago de Chile – Lima – Los Angeles 1 daily (Until 30SEP13)

Future Boeing 787 Routes:
Santiago de Chile – Madrid – Frankfurt eff 01OCT13 1 daily ($ Madrid – Frankfurt sector from 01NOV13)
Santiago de Chile – New York JFK eff 08OCT13 1 daily

LOT Polish Airlines
Warsaw – Beijing Service launched on 01AUG13
Warsaw – Chicago Service launched on 05JUN13
Warsaw – Toronto Service launched on 07JUN13
Warsaw – New York JFK Service operated from 01JUN13 to 04JUN13, and from 30JUN13

On 10AUG13, LOT Polish Airlines became the first carrier to have Boeing 787 aircraft as its sole long-haul fleet type. Therefore operational frequencies are omitted from 15AUG13 update.

In Winter 2013/14 season, LOT’s long-haul charter service operates with Boeing 787 aircraft. Information is provided by Polish Tour operator Rainbow Tours:
Warsaw – Cancun eff 02NOV13 Bi-weekly
Warsaw – Bangkok eff 04NOV13 1 weekly
Warsaw – Colombo eff 06NOV13 Bi-weekly
Warsaw – Varadero eff 09NOV13 Bi-weekly

Norwegian
Current Boeing 787 Routes:
Stockholm – New York JFK 3 weekly
Stockholm – Bangkok 3 weekly
Oslo – Bangkok 3 weekly
Oslo – New York JFK 3 weekly (4 weekly from 29NOV13)

Future Boeing 787 Routes:
Copenhagen – Ft. Lauderdale eff 29NOV13 2 weekly (3 weekly from 10MAR14)
Oslo – Ft. Lauderdale eff 30NOV13 2 weekly
Stockholm – Ft. Lauderdale eff 01DEC13 2 weekly
Copenhagen – New York JFK eff 28FEB14 2 weekly (4 weekly from 30APR14)
Copenhagen – Los Angeles eff 01MAR14 2 weekly (3 weekly from 01MAY14)
Stockholm – Los Angeles eff 02MAR14 2 weekly (3 weekly from 30APR14)
Stockholm – Oakland eff 03MAY14 2 weekly
Oslo – Oakland eff 28MAY14 3 weekly
Oslo – Orlando eff 29MAY14 2 weekly
Oslo – Los Angeles eff 01JUN14 1 weekly

By late-August 2013, Norwegian will be the second carrier to have Boeing 787 aircraft as its sole long-haul fleet type, instead of the first.

QATAR Airways
Current Boeing 787 Routes:
Doha – Bangalore 1 daily
Doha – Copenhagen 1 daily
Doha – Delhi 1 daily
Doha – London Heathrow 1 daily
Doha – Frankfurt 2 daily
Doha – Jeddah 5 – 7 weekly (Service extended until 01NOV13)
Doha – Munich 1 daily (2 daily from 01JUN13)
Doha – Oslo 1 daily
Doha – Riyadh 4 – 5 weekly (Service extended until 01NOV13)
Doha – Stockholm 1 daily
Doha – Zurich 1 daily

Future Boeing 787 Route:
Doha – Bahrain Planned one-off service on: 01OCT13, 30OCT13 (01OCT13 is new date, while planned operation on 09OCT13 cancelled)

Selected dates operated by other aircraft type. QATAR Airways Boeing 787 aircraft occasionally operates following intra-Gulf routes:
Doha – Dubai (First resumed 787 flight for QR, on 01MAY13)
Doha – Kuwait City

Royal Brunei The carrier opened Boeing 787 reservation on 12SEP13
Bandar Seri Begawan – Singapore 18OCT13 – 30NOV13 12 – 14 weekly (Previously stated as from 19OCT13 as error)
Bandar Seri Begawan – Kuala Lumpur 01NOV13 – 30NOV13 11 weekly (BI also operates one time 787 service on 19OCT13)
Bandar Seri Begawan – Dubai – London Heathrow eff 01DEC13 1 daily

Thomson Airways
Current Boeing 787 Routes, launched since July 2013:
East Midlands – Cancun 1 weekly
East Midlands – Orlando Sanford 1 weekly
Glasgow – Cancun 1 weekly
Glasgow – Orlando Sanford 1 weekly
London Gatwick – Cancun 2 – 3 weekly
London Gatwick – Orlando Sanford 1 weekly
Manchester – Cancun 2 weekly (3 weekly from 02NOV13)
Manchester – Orlando Sanford 1 – 2 weekly

In September and October 2013, selected services on following routes operated by Boeing 787:
London Gatwick – Antalya *
London Gatwick – Dalaman
London Gatwick – Enfidha *
London Gatwick – Irakleion
London Gatwick – Las Palmas *
London Gatwick – Mahon *
London Gatwick – Palma Mallorca *
Manchester – Antalya
Manchester – Dalaman
Manchester – Enfidha
Manchester – Fuerteventura
Manchester – Ibiza
Manchester – Rhodes
Manchester – Tenerife South

* September 2013 only, further changes possible

Future Boeing 787 Routes (Listing in chronological order):
*London Gatwick – Punta Cana eff 01NOV13 1 weekly (2 weekly from 10DEC13)
London Gatwick – Goa eff 02NOV13 1 – 2 weekly
London Gatwick – Male 03NOV13 – 27APR14 1 weekly
*London Gatwick – Mombasa eff 04NOV13 1 weekly
London Gatwick – Phuket 05NOV13 – 29APR14 1 weekly
Manchester – Goa eff 05NOV13 1 weekly
London Gatwick – Montego Bay eff 07NOV13 1 weekly (2 weekly from 31MAR14)
*London Gatwick – Puerto Plata eff 13NOV13 1 weekly
London Gatwick – Holguin 11DEC13 – 24APR14 1 weekly
London Gatwick – Barbados 15DEC13 – 20APR14 1 weekly
Manchester – Barbados eff 15DEC13 1 weekly
Manchester – Punta Cana eff 02APR14 1 weekly (2 weekly from 03MAY14)
Glasgow – Punta Cana eff 01MAY14 1 weekly
Manchester – Puerto Vallarta eff 01MAY14 1 weekly
London Gatwick – Puerto Vallarta eff 03MAY14 1 weekly
Manchester – Montego Bay eff 04MAY14 1 weekly (2 weekly from 23JUL14)
Manchester – Puerto Plata eff 05MAY14 1 weekly
London Gatwick – Mauritius eff 04MAY14 1 weekly
London Gatwick – Aruba eff 06MAY14 1 weekly
Birmingham – Montego Bay eff 18JUL14 1 weekly
Birmingham – Cancun eff 19JUL14 1 weekly
Birmingham – Orlando Sanford eff 20JUL14 1 weekly
Newcastle – Orlando Sanford eff 21JUL14 1 weekly
Newcastle – Cancun eff 22JUL14 1 weekly (Planned operation in April 2014 is no longer in effect)
Edinburgh – Cancun eff 23JUL14 1 weekly
Edinburgh – Orlando Sanford eff 24JUL14 1 weekly

(Following services operated by Thomson Airways for TUINordic)
Copenhagen – Puerto Plata eff 12DEC13 Bi-Weekly
Stockholm – Phuket eff 13DEC13 1 weekly
Stockholm – Montego Bay eff 16DEC13 1 weekly
Stockholm – Puerto Plata eff 19DEC13 Bi-Weekly
Stockholm – Helsinki – Mombasa eff 22DEC13 Bi-Weekly

* Boeing 787 schedule extended beyond 01MAY14

UNITED
Current Boeing 787 Routes:
Denver – Tokyo Narita 1 daily
Los Angeles – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 daily
Los Angeles – Tokyo Narita1 daily
Houston – Lagos 5 weekly

Future Boeing 787 Routes:
Seattle – Tokyo Narita eff 05NOV13 1 daily (06NOV13 from NRT)
Houston – Seattle One-off service from Seattle on 27NOV13 (UA1519) and 28DEC13 (UA1480); from Houston on 30NOV13 (UA1019) and 25DEC13 (UA1246)
Houston – London Heathrow 20DEC13 – 05MAY14 5 – 7 weekly
San Francisco – Osaka Kansai eff 08APR14 1 daily (09APR14 from KIX)
San Francisco – Chengdu eff 11JUN14 3 weekly (Subject to US DoT Approval, Reservation unavailable)

Planned Boeing 787 operations remain subject to change
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