While 2015 was characterized by increasing numbers of Boeing 787-9s in service and growing low-cost carrier use, next year will see the 787 operator club grow again with six new airlines and accelerated overall deliveries. American Airlines, Oman Air, Korean Air, Scoot and Vietnam Airlines all became new operators in 2015, while the newcomers in 2016 are expected to include Air France and Air China, both of which will be taking 787-9s. Other debuts include Air Austral, Air Europa and ...

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