Planes
Planes
Boeing 787 Dreamliner
Boeing 787 is the largest airliner in the aviation history. In 2005 the process of developing the newest wide-body jet airliner began. The Boeing Company together with other foreign companies were working to develop a twin-engine Dreamliner. After the first successful test flight from Seattle to Tokyo, which was held on July 2, 2011, the first Boeing 787 was delivered to the customer on September 25, 2011. At the moment there are 4 versions of Boeing 787 which can seat from 250 to 350 passengers depending on the version. Dreamliner is more economical than its predecessors. The new development of Boeing flies at the speed of 903 km/h at an altitude of 12 000 m, its length is 55.5 m, height - 16.5 m, wingspan - almost 52 meters. Dreamliner flew its first commercial flight on October 26, 2011. The main customer of Boeing's new series is the Japanese airline All Nippon Airways, which ordered 50 airliners.