Monday, November 12, 2012

United Airlines Landed the Inaugural Boeing 787 Dreamliner flight

The USA based air carrier, United Airlines launched the first Boeing 787 Dreamliner flight on Sunday, 04th Nov.

It landed the inaugural flight at Chicago O'Hare International Airport. A good number of aviation aficionados and passengers booked tickets with airlines to witness history in the making.

It is the first air carrier in USA to receive the plane. The twin-aisle plan is believed to be 20% more efficient than other aircrafts of similar size. It is going to provide unbeatable comfort to the passengers considering buying tickets on the carrier’s routes it will operate on. The Dreamliner aircraft also features a lighter design and is made of strong and light composite materials, instead of aluminium.

The 787 is the right aircraft for international routes and has many passenger-friendly amenities. Featuring 72 seats in Economy, 36 seats in Business and 111 seats in Economy class, it will considerably improve the flying experience of travellers booking tickets with United on Dreamliner routes. In addition, it also boasts larger overhead bins, better ventilation systems, advanced lighting and lower cabin altitude. No wonder, these passenger-friendly services are surely going to meet the expectations of the every traveller who will board these flights.   

The carrier will ply it for flights from Houston, USA to Lagos, Nigeria starting from January 7, 2013; Denver to Tokyo Narita, starting March 31; Houston to Amsterdam service beginning December 4, 2012 and Houston to London Heathrow service begins Feb. 4.

With state of the art Boeing plying on these routes, the airline is going to gain immense popularity among passengers who look forward to bag tickets for flying on its flights.

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