Dreamliner

Boeing delivers first 787 Dreamliner after 5 months hiatus

Boeing delivered its first 787 Dreamliner since October 2020. The manufacturer continues to inspect other aircraft for structural defects....


Crisis-hit Etihad reports $1.7 billion loss for 2020

Hit by lower demand amid the pandemic, Etihad Airways losses doubled. The airline reported an operating loss of $1.7 billion for 2020....


Last Everett-built Boeing 787 rolls out of final assembly line

The last Boeing 787 Dreamliner produced at Everett rolled out of the final assembly line. All future 787s will be assembled in North Charleston....


Emirates conundrum: Boeing 777X or 787?

What do the Boeing 787 and Boeing 777X choices imply about Emirates airline future plans?...


Road to recovery: Virgin Atlantic to sell its Dreamliners

In an effort to survive one of the toughest winters in aviation history, Virgin Atlantic Airways made a deal to sell two of its newest aircraft. ...


Qatar Airways old new Boeing 787-9 begins service

Qatar Airways puts its first Boeing 787-9 to passenger service. Until now, the brand new Dreamliner was stored for almost a year. ...


What to be left in Everett after Boeing 787 Dreamliner move out?

Boeing has officially confirmed the decision to consolidate the 787 Dreamliner production in the company’s factory of North Charleston. This means that from mid-2021, the birthplace of the Dreamliner, Everett, will no longer produce the aircraft. But what will be left in Everett following the displacement?...


Boeing discovers new 787 Dreamliner production flaw

On September 8, 2020, Boeing said it has discovered a new manufacturing flaw in its 787, mere days after Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) began investigating the Dreamliner’s production issues....


Qantas’ 787s to be stored for no less than 12 months

With resizing and restructuring to ensue, Australia based airline Qantas is preparing its Boeing 787-9 fleet for storage....


How well do you know the Boeing 787? [Quiz]

On July 8, 2007, the Boeing 787 rolled out of the factory for the first time (07/08/07, got it?). To meet the symbolic date, what came out of the hangar was more of a 1:1 model than a real functioning plane, yet the event was watched by millions of people around the world. Today, the aircraft is well established among 60 operators around the world. To commemorate the occasion, AeroTime News prepared a quiz on the Dreamliner....