Pegasus01
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787 Question

Fri Jul 23, 2010 7:30 pm

Hello all!

The past few months we've seen alot of progress with the 787 program. I travel to Europe frequently for both business and pleasure and I was just wondering:

1. Which of the carriers who do trans-atlantic ops will be receiving the 787 first and more specifically

2. Do we have any idea which routes between the US and Europe they will be placed on.


I know the question is rather vague and its anyone's guess but i also know last month continental gave a press release indicating that one of the first route would be New Zealand.

thanks!
 
oly720man
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RE: 787 Question

Fri Jul 23, 2010 9:30 pm

Quoting Pegasus01 (Thread starter):
1. Which of the carriers who do trans-atlantic ops will be receiving the 787 first and more specifically

Looks like Continental at #49 in the production list, otherwise Royal Air Maroc if you don't mind a stop in N Africa, assuming they fly across the pond with them.

Boeing 787 Line Numbers - After L/N 49? (by virginblue4 Jul 16 2010 in Civil Aviation)
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