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Boing787 dreamliner: a big advance in airplane technology

Updated on April 4, 2011

If you fly frequently, you probably would like to have more comfort and speed in your travels. Most people are interested in having a better time while travelling around the world, and the airplane is an important part of the travelling experience.

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is a major breakthrough in aviation that is being produced to deliver better experience. As a new airplane, the 787 has been designed to give comfort to its passengers and improve the quality of their experience.

A few fact about the Boeing 787 are really impressive. For example, it has been designed to have improved design that is 20% more fuel efficient than normal airplanes. This can translate into great fuel savings that will allow travel to become more affordable.

The Boing 787 Dreamliner has been scheduled for presentation on July of 2007. According to Boeing, the first Dreamliners will be available for commercial use starting on mid 2008.

Advanced building techniques

The construction of the Dreamliner is also impressive. It is designed to be built on three days. This represented a major advance in airplanes design and construction.

The Dreamliner is considered the future of aviation. It will be interesting to see how the airline companies adapt to this new futuristic air plane, as soon as it becomes present in the major airports.

Despite the delays in construction, the Dreamliner continues to be a huge advance in air plane design. It is first scheduled to be delivered in 2010.


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      TravelMonkey 9 years ago from United Kingdom

      Is it possible for a monkey to learn to pilot one of these beasts??

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      henry 10 years ago

      i cant wait to ride the dreamliner :]