The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is Finally here

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner project has been finally completed and the All Nippon Airways (ANA) has received the first airplane which was considered to be a landmark in the jetliner’s history, regardless to any delays in production or engineering. The program first started back in 2004 when All Nippon Airways (ANA) has placed an order from Boeing for launching the first 50 airplanes and becoming the first customer to purchase and be the lead cause of the launch of the 787 Dreamliner. The design and pre-production phases started in the year 2004 and went on until late 2006, that’s when production began for the aircraft and all led to the final assembly of the first airplane on July 8, 2007. Hence the name 787. The release of the airplane was nothing short of a festival as the plane rolled out on a summer day even though it was very early for the plane to fly. The airbus A380 was also a bump in the production process of the 787.

It took more than 2 years but finally after a long wait the 787 Dreamliner took off on December 15, 2009 as the whole crowd of over than 12,000 employees and fans from all over watched the airplane take off. The first flight took about three hours and landed at the Boeing Field in Seattle. In projects like these, the trial an error is happening on many levels and Boeing will not release their Aircraft with anything under the minimum requirements when it comes to quality and safety. It took another 2 years until the first airplane was used in a commercial airline. This placed the Boeing 787 to be at 3 years behind schedule but it’s a magnificent project to look back at.

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