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Travel Tip: What’s Happening With the Boeing 787 Dreamliner

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner - photo credit: BoeingFor a while, all eyes were on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. There were some hiccups in the beginning, but now there are added Dreamliner routes.

Boeing has had a few setbacks in production, but the plane IS flying.

Today, you can fly the Dreamliner on Norwegian Air, the fastest-growing budget airline in Europe—which includes a route from Los Angeles to Stockholm.

To get from Chicago to Warsaw, the Dreamliner flies on LOT Polish Airlines.

United Airlines was the first North American carrier to use the Dreamliner, flying between Denver and Tokyo’s Narita airport, LA to Shanghai, and other routes.

There’s also an airline you probably haven’t heard of, but should…Hainan Airlines. They’re flying the Dreamliner from Seattle to Beijing.

Bottom line: every new aircraft model goes through growing pains, and the Dreamliner has had its share. But I’d fly it tomorrow, and there’s no reason you shouldn’t as well.

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