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Old April 18th, 2012, 10:17 PM   #661
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As you can see in my list a few posts back no 787 to Korea have been announced yet.

The biggest chance that you will see one very soon is if ANA will announce Seoul with 1 of their "domestic" 787s.

Other airlines that could send their 787s to Seoul before KE gets theirs are Qatar, Air Canada and maybe Air India.
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There is a offical website ( or I think there is) for the A380 routes. Is there or is there a possible website for the 787 routes. I am assuming that their will be alot of route announcement coming soon. It would be helpful. Thanks.
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Old April 19th, 2012, 07:21 AM   #663
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More new 787 routes have been announced, now more routes for Qatar Airways and some extra domestic routes for ANA.



And ANA

Starting May 2012, we plan to add 2 more: Haneda-Fukuoka and Haneda-Kagoshima!
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I decided to make a list of 787 routes that have been in some form officially announced so far. As in official announcement by the airliners or recent news articles. There are of course more rumored routes, but I haven't listed those. For example LOT only has announced the Chicago route, therefor it's in the list. But since it will also replace all the other 767 routes they will eventually be announced but there not in my list yet. The announcement like the British Airways announcement that the 787 will be used on Asian routes are also not in the list.

If you have any corrections or additions, please post them.


Confirmed 787 Routes:

ANA

operating:
Haneda - Yamaguchi
Haneda - Matsuyama
Haneda - Osaka Itami
Haneda - Yamaguchi Ube
Haneda - Hiroshima
Haneda - Beijing
Haneda - Frankfurt

announced:
Haneda - Fukuoka (May 2012)
Haneda - Kagoshima (May 2012)
Haneda - Kumamoto (June 2012)
Narita - Seattle (late 2012)
Narita - San Jose (spring 2013)


JAL

Narita - Boston (April 22)
Haneda - Beijing (mid 2012)
Narita - Dehli (mid 2012)
Narita - Moscow (mid 2012)
Narita - Singapore (September 2012)
Haneda - Singapore (September 2012)
Narita - San Diego (December 2012)
Narita - Helsinki (March 2013)
http://www.jal.co.jp/en/787/rosen.html


Ethiopian Airlines

Addis Ababa – Johannesburg
Addis Ababa – Dubai
Addis Ababa – Guangzhou
Addis Ababa – Harare
Addis Ababa – Lusaka


Air India

Delhi - Melbourne


LAN

Santiago - Buenos Aires,
Santiago - Lima - Los Angeles
Santiago - Madrid - Frankfurt


LOT Polish Airlines

Warsaw - Chicago (January 2013)


Qatar Airways

Doha - London Heathrow
Doha - Atlanta
Doha - Chicago
Doha - Boston
Doha - Detroit


United

Houston - Auckland


Hainan

Shanghai – San Francisco
Shanghai - Newark


Royal Air Maroc

Casablanca - Washington DC
Casablanca - Sao Paulo


Jetstar

Singapore - Auckland
Melbourne - Singapore
Singapore - Beijing


Air Canada

No routes have been announced yet but only the Canadian cities where they will fly the 787 from.

Toronto
Montreal
Vancouver
Calgary
Halifax
Edmonton
Ottawa


Norwegian Air Shuttle

Oslo - New York
Oslo - Bangkok
Another route that Norwegian Air Shuttle confirmed is OSL-GIG and CPH-GIG.
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Are those routes actually confirmed, in other words have you got proof?

On the internet I only found something where Rio de Janeiro was hinted as a future destination, but just as a possibility to what is possible with the range of the plane.

Having said this, it would have been better if I posted proof for all the routes in the list.


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There is a offical website ( or I think there is) for the A380 routes. Is there or is there a possible website for the 787 routes. I am assuming that their will be alot of route announcement coming soon. It would be helpful. Thanks.
I think I would have found one when I was looking all those routes.

With just 2 international routes from 1 Japanese airliner it's probably just a bit too early for a website like a380flights.net. I have no doubt that someone will open such a website when more airlines will be receiving the plane.
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Thomson Airways have announced their 1st routes, starting May 2013

http://communicationcentre.thomson.c...013-programme/

They will fly from:
Manchester, London Gatwick, East Midlands and Glasgow

to these 2 holiday destinations:
Cancun, Mexico and Sanford, Florida
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Old April 21st, 2012, 09:23 AM   #666
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how many 787s do they (can they) build in a month??
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Currently the production rate is 3.5 per month, this should increase to 5 per month later this year and then grow to 10 per month within 2 years.

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http://www.flightglobal.com/news/art...e-plan-367375/


btw.
This week the 1st 787 should run of the North Charleston, South Carolina factory production line. This will now undergo several tests since it's the 1st plane from this production line before it can be delivered to Air India this summer.

Meanwhile at the main production line in Everett, Washington the next 787 that should go into the final assembly line is production number LN66. According to Boeings most recent information this should be the 1st 787 that can go straight from production to delivery without rework. It might be a bit delayed since one of the subcontractors, Spirit in Wichita, Kansas was hit by a tornado last week and was out of business for 1 week. For the 787 they make among other parts the forward section of the fuselage.
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Old April 22nd, 2012, 08:53 PM   #668
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Watched the JAL 788 make it's landing today in Boston at Logan International Airport. Great site and great for the city of Boston to get non-stop service to Asia.
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Old April 22nd, 2012, 09:10 PM   #669
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Glasgow International to be home to the world's newest aircraft; the Boeing 787 Dreamliner
20 April 2012

Glasgow International Airport is the be home to one of the World’s newest aircraft as Thomson Airways confirm it will base one of its Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft at the airport.

Thomson Airways will be Britain’s first airline to fly the Boeing 787 and the airline has confirmed it will base one its Boeing 787s at Glasgow International Airport, making it the first and only airport in Scotland to handle the £62million brand-new long-haul jet.

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner has capacity for up to 228 passengers and is 20% more fuel-efficient than any other aircraft currently in operation. The 787 is also the first aircraft to be built almost entirely from composite materials.

The aircrafts composite fuselage structure enables a lower altitude cabin pressure of 6,000ft as opposed to the standard 8,000ft, which will lead to less travel related headaches, sickness and fatigue. Its use of advanced materials also means a higher cabin humidity which will reduce the symptoms of dryness and dehydration, which in turn will lead to a reduction in jet-lag.

The 787 Dreamliner also has the benefits of wider cabin aisles, higher ceilings, bigger windows and significantly quieter engines.

Thomson Airways will begin using its Glasgow based Boeing 787 to operate direct flights to Cancun, Mexico and Olrando, Florida from May 2013. Currently the airline uses its fleet of Boeing 767s to operate these flights.

The Glasgow to Cancun route, which is Scotland’s only direct route to Mexico, is one of the country’s fastest growing air-routes with the latest figures showing that the number of passenger travelling between the destinations grew by an impressive 21% in March. It is hoped the launch of the 787 from Glasgow could lead to more flights on existing popular routes, such as Cancun and see the introduction of other new long-haul routes.

Chris Browne, managing director of Thomson Airways, said: "We are thrilled to be flying the aircraft in our summer 2013 flying schedule from Glasgow International Airport, giving Scottish passengers the chance to travel on this amazing new aircraft."

Amanda McMillan, managing director of Glasgow International Airport, said: "To be the first airport in Scotland to welcome Boeing's new 787 Dreamliner will be a huge honour and we are delighted Thomson Airways has decided to base one of its new aircraft at Glasgow International.

"The Dreamliner is at the cutting edge of aircraft design and with regards to comfort, it will provide Scottish passengers with a unique flying experience. The Dreamliner will undoubtedly prove a huge draw for Thomson Airways and we are looking forward to its arrival in May next year."


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Watched the JAL 788 make it's landing today in Boston at Logan International Airport. Great site and great for the city of Boston to get non-stop service to Asia.
So JAL flight to Boston started? Any pics? Great news coming out of this plane.
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Watched the JAL 788 make it's landing today in Boston at Logan International Airport. Great site and great for the city of Boston to get non-stop service to Asia.
Looks like San Diego is next : http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-0...-with-787.html

... and the Boston loadings have been good so far.
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pics of the first commercial 787 landing in the USA.

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Touchdown by redsox223, on Flickr

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TUI Travel to reveal new aircraft livery at Dreamliner preview
23 April 2012

TUI Travel will reveal the new livery for its airline fleet at a UK preview event for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The Dreamliner, which represents an exciting new generation of aircraft, will fly into Manchester airport on Tuesday 24th April as part of its global ‘Dream Tour’ showcasing the new aircraft. Thomson Airways, a TUI Travel airline, will be the first UK customer to take delivery of the Dreamliner. 13 aircraft will join the TUI Travel fleet with other TUI Travel airlines TUIfly Nordic, Arkefly and Jetairfly also taking delivery of the Dreamliner.

During the event, Thomson Airways will reveal the brand new livery that will adorn the Group’s Thomson Airways, TUIFly Nordic, Arkefly and Jetairfly aircraft, which has a distinctive, dynamic wave design. This change will be accompanied by new uniforms for cabin crew and the new livery will also be reflected in destination.

Retaining the light blue colour currently seen on these TUI Travel airlines, the new livery introduces a dark blue shade which is known as ‘Dynamic Waves’. Also retained is the iconic ‘TUI Smile’ which will appear on all aircraft tailfins. This will be introduced as new aircraft are delivered and when aircraft are due to have their livery updated. All the Group’s 787s will carry the new livery.

Michael Lambertz, Chief Marketing Officer, TUI Travel, commented, “The launch of our new airline livery today is incredibly exciting and follows many months of research with designers, customers and colleagues. It is particularly gratifying to launch our new livery whilst showcasing the Dreamliner which will come into service for Thomson Airways next year. I believe we have created a livery that complements both the futuristic design of this aircraft and the other aircraft currently in our fleets.”

Peter Long, Chief Executive, TUI Travel said “I’m very pleased to be announcing our new livery and in the same week when we are able to preview the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner, of which we are the first UK customer to take delivery. Both our new livery design and the new 787 aircraft reinforce our commitment to modern mainstream and this is a really exciting step for us. Our new ‘Dynamic Wave’ and uniform designs will enhance our group-wide brand recognition by establishing one distinctive ‘look’ across these airlines and I look forward to seeing it in place.”


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It looks like we'll have the 2nd month this year with zero 787 deliveries we only have one ANA plane that it's delivery is in question
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ANA already took delivery of a 787 this month, it was officially delivered (paperwork) on 04/14 and the JA808A was flown out to Tokyo on 04/17 (the biofuel flight that I posted about).

And it wasn't returned or something, here's a picture of the plane landing at Osaka Itami airport yesterday.


http://flyteam.jp/photo/ANA/Boeing-787-881/275158/L



And another 1 or 2 787s for JAL will most likely be delivered this week. And if they are not we will see more then 5 deliveries in May.
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http://dreamliner.thomson.co.uk

great pics of what coming out of thomson pretty soon.
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2 more JAL 787s to deliver tomorrow

Boeing is set for another 787 double delivery to customer Japan Airlines. This time two more late built 787s will be delivered on April 25th. Fly away to Japan is expected around the 26th or 27th, in time for JAL to start 787 service to Moscow and Delhi in May. Japan Airlines is expecting to have 10 787s in its fleet by March 31, 2013. There are still 3 more JAL 787s at Everett that have yet to finish change incorporation. The two 787s that will be delivered are ZA180 (LN 37, JA826J) and ZA181 (LN38, JA827J).

Boeing is preparing ZA506 (LN47, JA809A) for delivery to ANA. This is probably not going to happen until May with it's first flight sometime in the first two weeks of May. This will be ANA's 8th 787. Again Boeing is still clearing out the late and very late built aircraft but clearing out the first 23 787s built has been very slow (LN7 - LN29)

Additionally, it's expected that Boeing will finally deliver Air India's first Dreamliner though the first one ZA236 (LN 35, VT-ANH) is still in San Antonio. It's sister, ZA233 (LN29, VT-AND) has been flying around San Antonio and may be flying to Paine Field right now. This airplane will still need to have its interior installed when it gets back to Everett so it won't be ready for delivery until late May at the earliest.

Finally on Friday Boeing will roll out the first 787 to be built at Boeing Charleston. This airplane, ZA237 (LN46) is destined for Air India and should be delivered around June. Given that this is the first 787 to be built at Charleston, Boeing will probably take its time doing the needed gauntlet testing before conducting its first flight. Boeing will then send the plane to Amarillo, Texas where Leading Edge Aviation Services is contracted to paint the Charleston built Dreamliners. Boeing Charleston doesn't have a paint hangar unlike Everett but I can see that changing with Boeing's acquisition of more land near the plant. The airplanes will then be flown back to Charleston where the interiors will be fitted and further Boeing and customer test flights will be completed.

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ANA already took delivery of a 787 this month, it was officially delivered (paperwork) on 04/14 and the JA808A was flown out to Tokyo on 04/17 (the biofuel flight that I posted about).

And it wasn't returned or something, here's a picture of the plane landing at Osaka Itami airport yesterday.
Indeed I've missed that one.Thank you
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And the 2 787s for JAL have have just taken off from Paine Field Airport, Everett and are now on route to Tokyo.

http://boeing-test-flights.blogspot....delivered.html
http://boeing-test-flights.blogspot....delivered.html


And as the 1st 787 that won't need any rework afterwards will soon go into assembly the costs of producing a 787 will also go down.
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Boeing: 787 unit costs to drop 50% by summer

Unit costs to produce a 787-8 by July will 50% less that the first aircraft delivered to All Nippon Airways less than a year earlier, Boeing chief executive Jim McNerney said today.

The milestone will coincide with the first aircraft to be built from start to finish at the company's Everett, Washington assembly plant without today's post-certification modifications.

The so-called "right to pre-flight" Airplane 66 will represent a quantum shift in unit price. One analyst during the earnings call estimated the unit price of Airplane 66 to be approximately $186 million, slightly less than the listed sales price of $193.5 million. Of the unit costs, Boeing chief financial officer Greg Smith, while not disputing the analysts numbers, would only say that the first aircraft that avoids the post-production modifications would see a "50% cost improvement on a unit basis".

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