The Boeing 787 made its inaugural visit to India Wednesday morning as the airframer looks toward introduction of the aircraft into the fleets of some Indian airlines. There was a loud cheer by onlookers as the aircraft touched down and taxied to Terminal 3 at New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport at 11:10 a.m. local time. The aircraft, which can fly up to 16,000 km (9,600 miles) nonstop, is suitable for long-haul routes, such as Mumbai-Sydney, Delhi-Tokyo, Delhi-New York and ...
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