Thursday, August 11, 2011

All Nippon Airways Ready for Boeing’s First 787 Dreamliner

All Nippon Airways is in a celebratory mood and why not! The airline is set to receive the Boeing’s first 787 Dreamliner next month. 787 Dreamliner that is supposed to be delivered to the Japan’s flag carrier was rolled out at Boeing's facility in Seattle, United States on Monday.

787 Dreamliner is primarily made up of carbon composites or super durable plastic, making it a comparatively much lighter aircraft. Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner also touted as an extremely efficient airliner as it uses 20 % less fuel than conventional aircrafts. This will ensure cost-effective flights for the airline. Travellers around the world would be interested to see if the airline brings down the cost of air tickets and provide cheap flights to the budget travellers. All Nippon Airways’ popularity ratings will certainly rise if the airline does indeed shares the benefits of cost-effective flights with the passengers and rolls out cheap tickets on flights.

In commemoration of the first 787 Dreamliner, All Nippon Airways plans to fly the first commercial flight as a charter service from the Narita airport to Hong Kong. The airline will then provide air travel services on the Haneda-Okayama and Haneda-Hiroshima routes.

On domestic routes, the Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner will have 12 Premium Class seats and 252 standard class seats. On long-haul international flights, the aircraft will include a total of 158 seats that will include 46 Business Class seats and 112 Economy Class seats. On short-haul international flights, the plane will have 222 seats, including 42 Business Class seats and 180 Economy Class seats.

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