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The Luxurious 787 Dream Liner

Updated on January 17, 2012

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The 787 Dream Liner

American has been waiting on the 787 since before the year 2000. I believe the last luxury aircraft design besides the Concord was the 747 back in 1967. It has been a long time since the USA has seen a new luxury liner. If anything the seats and the bathrooms have been getting more expensive on airplanes and much smaller.

The cabins are larger and so are the seats. I believe that every seat on this plane is considered first class. Each seat has a private television or movie screen, a private telephone and are extremely comfortable.

The 787 is supposed to be much more fuel efficient because of the the aircraft’s body is made from a durable plastic which copper.

It will take a lot to harken the jet set crowd back to flying. We have had more then a decade of brutal air travel. Al the fun of traveling and flying has been bled from us. So we will not immediately jump on board the new 787 to fly. The airlines have a lot to make up for over the last decade. They have alienated themselves from their customers and made the friendly skies exceptionally hostile. I don’t know if there is a luxury jet set travel market left? Most people fly private now.

What I can tell you is that before the past decade I saw the plans for the 787 and I was so excited and wanted so badly to be on the first maiden voyage. I am still really excited to return to traveling but only if the airlines return to being a service oriented industry. The 787 Dreamliner could be the perfect ending to the nightmare of air travel we have all endured over the last decade.


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    • JT Walters profile imageAUTHOR

      JT Walters 

      6 years ago from Florida

      Me too!! I have been waiting for this place for over a decade!!

      Thanks for reading, commenting and rating.

      JT

    • alocsin profile image

      alocsin 

      6 years ago from Orange County, CA

      I actually saw a mockup of the 787 cabin at the Boeing Plant in Everett, Washington. It was impressive and seemed more spacious than normal airliner cabins. Now that the Dreamliner is being delivered to airline companies, I can't wait to fly in one. Voting this Up and Interesting.

    • JT Walters profile imageAUTHOR

      JT Walters 

      6 years ago from Florida

      Hi point2make,

      I too have waited a decade for this exquisite aircraft to be made and I too would love to finally see the fun returned to flying.

      Thank you for reading, commenting and takng the time to provide feedback. Hopefully I will see you on board as well.

      JT

    • point2make profile image

      point2make 

      6 years ago

      I can't wait for the first service to begin. The Dream Liner may, finally, put the fun back into flying. Thanks for the hub...see you onboard!

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