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 does include some secondary airports in cities with existing service,” says Boeing. A typical 787 user is LAN Airlines of Chile. The airline experienced early service issues ...

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