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Old January 6th, 2012, 11:30 PM   #521
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Fourth 787 to deliver soon


ANA's 4th 787, JA807A (ZA104, L/N 41) is scheduled to flyaway on Jan. 10 around 6PM local time, according to the latest schedule, as NH9397. This means that the offical handover should occur within a couple days before that. This all assumes that there are no other issues with the aircraft.

There is still no word on delivery and flyaway of JA804A (ZA102, L/N 9) but thoughts are it should be in around the middle of this month.

Dominic Gates has a few more details regarding the delays in the 787 deliveries in his article that came out this morning

http://nyc787.blogspot.com/2012/01/f...iver-soon.html
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Additional January 787 delivery information

Ok this is coming to me from another source but now we have three Dreamliner deliveries coming up though this is all tentative. Here's the situation now and it seems to be improving:

JA804A (ZA102, L/N 9) to deliver on Jan. 9
JA807A (ZA104, L/N 41) to deliver on Jan. 11
JA806A (ZA117, L/N 40, first flight on Jan. 20th, deliver on Jan. 30

This information is regarded as preliminary as there can unforeseen issues to can derail any of these milestones. Also note that these dates are not the dates that ANA flies them to Japan but dates where contractual delivery is made and money has changed hands.

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Boeing published it's final order update for 2011.
http://active.boeing.com/commercial/orders/index.cfm

In the last week of December it could add 25 787-9s to an unidentified customer to it's order book, making 2011 a positive year order wise.

The numbers:
Gross orders: 45
Cancellations: -32
Net orders: 13

It could be the order of 25 787s for Air France-KLM.


After 2 years of negative orders finally a positive year again for the 787 even with the delivery problems.
Yep they left it very late but managed to get a positive net order tally finally.

Final Airbus numbers coming January 17th but reportedly managed to deliver 530 aircraft meaning they will have beaten Boeing on both orders and deliveries again.
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Old January 8th, 2012, 05:06 PM   #524
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Hi, guys! Would you know how the delivery schedule of 787 is? I mean what are the next airlines to receive the aircraft? I saw a picture someone published in the previous page and there were aircrafts in JAL and Air India collors. Besides I have already seen a pic of a Royal Air Marroc 787 parked at Boeing's field.
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The only delivery schedule known right now for specific planes are the next 3 for ANA to be delivered this month.

The 2nd airline that will most likely receive a 787 will be JAL, but that depends on the certification proces of the GEnx powered 787, that is not completed by now (ANA has RR-Trent1000 engines). One plane for JAL is already completely ready for delivery, except for the certification. If that takes to long the 2nd airline with Trent 1000 engines could become the next to receive a 787, that will be LAN. But that's very unlikely, since the certification should be in the final stages by now.

Boeing has already parked 787 for the following airlines:
ANA (Trent 1000)
JAL (GEnx)
Air India (GEnx)
LAN (Trent 1000)
Royal Air Maroc (GEnx)
China Southern (GEnx)
Ethiopian Airlines (GEnx)
United Airlines (GEnx)

But all of these plane are not ready for delivery, they are still awaiting rework. And all this extra work to make the planes more up to spec is one of the reasons why the delivery is going so slow right now. Only from March the 1st planes will come straight from the production line without any need for any rework, they will be delivered straight away. This will make the delivery pace go up, from 3 in both January and February to 6/7 per month later in this year. And only when all the currently stored planes are delivered after receiving their rework the production and delivery rate will go up to 10 per month, currently scheduled for late 2013.

If there will be more delays it will all take longer.

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Old January 10th, 2012, 07:03 PM   #526
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Boeing, Air France-KLM Finalize Order for 25 787s

PARIS, Jan. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Air France-KLM Group have finalized an order for 25 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, with options. The order was signed in late December 2011 and was recorded on Boeing's Orders & Deliveries website, attributed to an unidentified customer. A preliminary agreement was first announced on September 16, 2011.

"By making the 787 a key part of its fleet renewal, Air France-KLM strengthens its position as a worldwide leader," said Jim Albaugh, president and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "Reaction to the Dreamliner's entry into service has been phenomenal and we look forward to seeing passengers of Air France-KLM fly on this revolutionary airplane."

The Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner is a slightly larger version of the 787-8 and will carry 250-290 passengers on routes of 8,000 to 8,500 nautical miles (14,800 to 15,750 kilometers). The 787 provides airlines with incredible fuel efficiency, resulting in exceptional environmental performance. The airplane uses 20 percent less fuel than today's similarly sized airplanes. It also travels at a speed of Mach 0.85, which is similar to the speed of today's fastest wide-body airplanes.

The order increases the number of 787-9s on order to 305 airplanes. The 787 Dreamliner family, including the 787-8 and 787-9, has accumulated a total of 860 orders from 59 customers located all over the world.

Eight French companies partner with Boeing on the 787 Dreamliner. They include Dassault Systemes (software solutions), Labinal (wiring), Latecoere (passenger doors), Messier-Bugatti-Dowty (main and nose landing gear, electric brakes), Michelin (aftermarket tyres), Radiall (connectors), Thales (electric power conversion system, flight display, in-flight entertainment system), and Zodiac Aerospace (primary power management system, emergency slides, water and waste systems, cabin interiors, galley inserts and seats, and other equipments).

The Air France-KLM Group is a long-time and valued customer with a large Boeing fleet of 188 airplanes in operation, including 74 for Air France and 114 for KLM. Air France-KLM is one of the world's largest 777 operators.

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January 787 delivery update part 2

I just got this from a source but it may change depending on conditions at Everett. ZA104 (JA807A, L/N 41) may have been contractually delivered on Tuesday, January 10th. It may flyaway to Haneda Tokyo today, January 12th at about 6PM local time if delivery has been indeed made a couple days ago. Typically the flyaway is a couple days after contractual delivery though it varies from customer to customer and particular circumstances a t the time.

ZA102 (JA804A, L/N 9) is scheduled to be delivered today and may flyaway a couple of days from now. There were no further test flights of both aforementioned aircraft since January 10th.

ZA117 (JA806A, L/N 40) is still scheduled (tentatively) for delivery on the 30th but this should be taken with a grain of salt as the aircraft has not appeared on the flightline yet.

Further I've gotten information that ZA236 (VT-ANH, L/N 35) may make its first flight around Jan. 16th though this is still up in the air (so to speak). This aircraft is to conduct the final portion of F&R/ETOPs testing on the GEnx powered 787 for certification purposes. If Boeing is able to get this part of the program completed in time with certification of of the GEnx 787s then They may be able to deliver two GEnx 787s starting in February. One each would go to Japan Airlines (ZA177, JA822J, L/N 22) and Air India (ZA236, VT-ANH, L/N 35). Boeing also has a 787 penciled in for ANA (ZA105, JA808A, L/N 42) next month.

There are no definitive delivery dates for these airplanes for obvious reasons and these airplanes themselves may not deliver next month due to continued issues revolving the amount of re-work and the allocation of resources to effectively deal with the amount of work. there should be further clarification of the 787 deliveries on about two weeks when Boeing has it's 2011 earnings conference call.

http://nyc787.blogspot.com/2012/01/j...te-part-2.html
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Boeing Announces Second Segment of 787 Dream Tour

EVERETT, Wash., Jan. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) this month will begin the second segment of the 787 Dream Tour, with four stops planned in the U.S. and Ireland.

"The all-new 787 Dreamliner continues to generate tremendous enthusiasm everywhere it flies," said Scott Fancher, vice president and general manager, 787 program. "We look forward to sharing the Dreamliner's significant innovations with additional airlines, partners and financiers."

The January schedule includes the following stops:

Jan. 20-23: Wichita, Kan., to visit partner Spirit AeroSystems and Boeing employees.

Jan. 23-25: Rockford, Ill., to visit partner Hamilton Sundstrand.

Jan. 25-27: Dublin, Ireland, to visit airline customers, leasing companies, financiers and other stakeholders.

Jan. 27-30: Huntsville, Ala., to visit Boeing employees.

The Dream Tour airplane, ZA003, is outfitted with the 787's special cabin features, including a welcoming entryway, dramatically larger dimmable windows, bigger bins and dynamic LED lighting. The airplane is configured with a luxurious business-class cabin, an overhead crew rest compartment and an economy class section.

Dates and locations for additional tour stops, which are planned through April, will be announced approximately one month in advance. At many of the stops, local media will have the opportunity to participate in tours of the airplane and discussions with Boeing executives and pilots.

For updates on the 787 Dream Tour, including videos, photos and reports from the tour stops, visit www.newairplane.com/787/dreamtour.

Contact:
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More information: http://www.newairplane.com/787/dreamtour



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Boeing made the 1st order update for 2012.
http://active.boeing.com/commercial/orders/index.cfm

And straight in a new order for 10 787s for a Unidentified Customer(s). The strong sales of the last few months of 2011 is continuing in the new year.



In other news, Aspire Aviation wrote this about the B787-10X, there's a chance that it will be launched this year.

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As a 320-seat 787-10X aircraft with a range of 6,800 nautical miles (nm) complements the Boeing product line in the widebody arena, Aspire Aviation believes Boeing will eventually launch both aircraft derivative programmes, with Aspire Aviation‘s sources indicating a 2012 launch of the 787-10X for a 2018 entry into service (EIS) whereas the 777X is likely to be launched in 2013 with a 2019 EIS. Nevertheless the sources caution that the launch and EIS dates of these aircraft are fluid, pointing out that Boeing could launch the 787-10X as late as 2014 yet target an entry into service (EIS) of 2016, owing to the minimal amount of work involved in developing the -10X variant.

In particular, the Boeing 787-10X will burn 20% less fuel than an Airbus A330-300 with a 10% and 5% lower operating cost than the A350-900 and -1000, respectively, while requiring minimal investment and engineering resources since the foundation of further stretching the 787 fuselage has already been laid by the -9 stretch variant. In launching the 787-10X, Boeing will offer a competitive A330-300 replacement with more range in the medium to long-haul marketplace.

On the sales front, the 787 is likely to see more new 787 orders in 2012 as the aircraft programme continues to retire risks steadily and a 787-10X launch could give the 787 programme further sales momentum, should the double-stretched variant be launched this year.

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The 3rd 787 for ANA is just revealed from the hangar with special 787 title on fuselage. This one is the first long haul configured ANA 787 and will be flying for PEK 3 times as a trial before its inaugural flight to FRA from HND on 21jan. Also shot with Provia.


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Old January 14th, 2012, 09:22 AM   #531
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ANA's 787 set to be tested with January service expansion (Update1)

By Jon Ostrower on January 13
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Over the next two weeks, the 787 will add four new destinations, including its first international long-haul route, aided by a growing number of deliveries from Boeing.

The 787's first two and a half months in service have provided a light trial with a only four daily flights with two aircraft and a combined 325min of flying between the Haneda Airport in the Japanese capital and Hiroshima and Okayama. Those light operations have yielded a 96.3% dispatch reliability, compared to 96.5% for ANA's total operations.

The only deviation of note during the first months of service was the November 6 incident in which the landing gear failed to deploy on the first attempt while on approach to Okayama.

As Boeing and ANA have closely tended to the first two 787s, the expansion of 787 services will provide the aircraft's first major test.

UPDATE 4:42 PM ET: A PianoX performance analysis of the deployment the 787 on these regional routes indicates that the inherent nature of the aircraft's long-range configuration means ANA is far from yielding the benefits of Boeing's touted 20% improvement in fuel efficiency over the 767.

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The B787-8 is used by ANA in domestic and regional service over distances of 300 to 1200 nm (HND-OKJ, HND-PEK). Such usage is ill-matched to intrinsic design-sizing considerations for this aircraft. For example, when carrying 25 tonnes over 1000 nm the B787-8 burns approximately 10.6 tonnes of fuel (and more for early deliveries with acknowledged performance shortfalls). In contrast, a B757-300W is better sized to carry the same payload over the same distance, burning merely 8.6 tonnes despite its senescence, albeit at economy-class comfort levels (no deterioration, best engine option). The B767-300ERW burns 10.3 tonnes under the same circumstances. The factual significance and operational reality of such (counter-expectational) mission-specific fuel burns can appear negated or reversed through contrived definitions of efficiency metrics based on point conditions.
Further, the analysis suggests that on the coming long-range route to Frankfurt, ANA will only yield a 1.2% fuel burn advantage with the 787 compared to a new 767-300ER with winglets.

The coming expansion is aided by recent deliveries to the airline, including the December 30 handover of Airplane 31, the first 158-seat long-haul configured aircraft and the January 12 delivery of the fourth, Airplane 41. The fifth delivery, Airplane 9, likely taking place today, says a program source, will expand the 264-seat regionally configured fleet to four aircraft.

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The airline will begin its first international service between Haneda and Beijing on 14 January, followed by services on 17 and 18 January and its first long-haul flight between Tokyo Narita airport and Frankfurt, Germany on 21 January.

Domestic operations are set to expand on the Okayama and Hiroshima routes on 13 January, moving from one to two flights per day.

ANA will begin Haneda flights to Yamaguchi Ube and Itami (Osaka) from 23 January.

After the commencement of its 2012 fiscal year on 1 April, ANA will add Haneda to Matuyama and Narita to Seattle and San Jose, California.
The Beijing route will be initially operated with a international long-haul configuration on January 14, 17 and 18 before moving to the Frankfurt flight, which will be flown daily with 787 as of March 1, alternating between 777-200ER and 787 service from January 21 after delivery delays in November and December slowed the introduction.

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787 flyaways

Tentative word is that ZA104 (JA807A, L/N 41) should leave today at about 6pm. It was officially delivered on the 12th. It will be flying as NH9397 departing for Haneda. Nothing up on Flightaware of yet but there is still a few hours to go.

ZA102 (JA804A, L/N 9) is projected to be delivered today with a tentative flyaway date of January 16 at 7:15PM. It will also fly to Haneda as NH9397.

http://nyc787.blogspot.com/2012/01/787-flyaways.html
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Boeing on verge of starting final GEnx/787 certification tests

UPDATE: Due to a winter storm in Washington State, it looks like ZA236's first flight has been put off. On a related note, ZA102 (JA804A, L/N 9) is now scheduled to leave Everett at 7:15PM local for its delivery flight to Haneda.

A Flightaware alert just went up for BOE 236 this afternoon for takeoff around 1:45pm local time. The significance of this flight is that this is the first flight of the 787 that will undertake the last part of F&R/ETOPs certification testing that is required for FAA type certification of the GE powered 787.

This important testing was partially done by ZA006 a few months ago but FAA requires that some of the tests also needs to be done by a production standard 787. Boeing assigned ZA236, a 787 destined for Air India. The start of the final phase of this testing was delayed and rumor has it that the delay was attributable to lightning protection around the engine pylons for the GEnx-1B engines.

Today's flight should be a standard Boeing checkout flight and there will probably be a couple
More test flights before final F&R/ETOPs flight formally kick off.

Boeing is hoping to start GE/787 deliveries next month so I anticipate that this test should last 3-4 weeks with the aim of first GE powered 787 delivery to JAL at the end of February. However this is all predicated on all testing going well with no major issues being revealed.

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Another ANA 787 delivered, another being prepared

Last night a Boeing crew flew out another ANA 787 for ANA destined for Haneda International Airport. This is ZA102, (JA804A, L/N 9) and one of the very early build aircraft that needed extensive re-work and modifications. It will probably be placed in domestic service. This is ANA's 5th 787 and there are two more waiting in the wings.

ZA117 (JA806A, L/N 40) made an appearance on the Everett flightline after passing the last few months insidethe EMC. Thanks to Johanny who gave us a link to a flickr page maintained by "Simpilot459" which shows this aircraft with lights on at the Compass Rose at Everett. This is scheduled to be the next 787 delivered.

See ZA117

However weather in the Pacific Northwest may become an issue over the next few days that may disrupt the delivery schedule. ZA236 (VT-ANH, L/N 35) was scheduled to fly yesterday but was postponed due to a winter storm that is hitting the Pacific Northwest. This storm is expected to dump snow in the region over the next few days. It's unlikely that this plane will fly its B-1 flight until the storm passes or is reduced in intensity. I'm estimating that it probably won't fly until the end of this week. Likewise, ZA117 is supposed to have it's B-1 flight around the 20th but this is looking increasingly unlikely as it was just pulled out of the EMC and will need to have its first engine start and other pre-flight activities done prior to the flight. I can't se this plane flying before the end of next week.

The end result is that deliveries will be delayed due to the storm as it moves the schedule to the right.

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I like the revised ANA 787 livery. I can't wait to see the 787's come out in the standard ANA livery.
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Boeing 787 Dreamliner Coming to Bangkok, Singapore for Third segment of Dream Tour

EVERETT, Wash., Jan. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) will begin the third segment of the 787 Dream Tour next month with two stops in Asia. The all-new Dreamliner will visit Bangkok, Thailand and Singapore where customers, partners, government officials and media will experience the revolutionary technology and passenger innovation firsthand.

"We look forward to showcasing the game-changing technologies of the 787 to our valued customers and partners in the Asia-Pacific region," said Scott Fancher, vice president and general manager, 787 program.

The February schedule includes the following stops:

Feb. 9-11: Bangkok, Thailand to visit Thai Airways International.

Feb. 11-18: Singapore to visit Singapore Airlines and to be on display at the Singapore Airshow.

The Dream Tour airplane, ZA003, is outfitted with the 787's special cabin features including a welcoming entryway, dramatically larger dimmable windows, bigger bins and dynamic LED lighting. The airplane is configured with a luxurious business-class cabin, an overhead crew rest compartment and an economy class section.

Dates and locations for additional tour stops will be announced approximately one month in advance. At the stops, local media will have the opportunity to participate in tours of the airplane and discussions with Boeing executives and pilots.

For updates on the 787 Dream Tour, including videos, photos and reports from the tour stops, visit www.newairplane.com/787/dreamtour.

More information: http://www.newairplane.com/787/dreamtour

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so how many 787's are delivered?
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