A unique jet known as the Dreamliner is expected to draw attention in Washington Monday as it lands for the first time at Reagan National Airport.
The Dreamliner is Boeing’s new wide-body 787, a souped-up jumbo jet that’s been lauded for its fuel efficiency, long-distance flying range, and large windows.
Read full article >>
By Alwyn Scott SEATTLE (Reuters) - Boeing Co has more than enough 787 Dreamliners in the production pipeline to meet its year-end delivery target of 110 aircraft, despite concerns a shortage of seats could cause the world's biggest ... Read Post
Flying generally sucks. On Boeing’s new 787 Dreamliner, it’ll suck a bit less. Boeing brought its next-generation commercial airliner to Reagan National Airport this week, showing it off as part of its worldwide 2011-12 “Dream Tour.... Read Post