Early Boeing 787 Operators Apply Fixes To Improve Reliability

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Boeing says the growing number of new routes the 787 has opened up is evidence the aircraft is also being used to fragment the traditional global network of hub-to-hub trunk routes. “We’re up past 350 routes now being flown, and there are 75 new nonstop routes either in service or announced. That...
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