Have you ever woken up in your penthouse suite, glared out of the window down at the peasants of Manhattan and thought, “I can’t get far enough away”? Worry no more! Boeing now offers you the highest penthouse suite in the world—in the belly of a 787 private jet.
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More bad news today for Boeing's troubled "Dream Plane" as an Ethiopian Airlines 787 jet caught fire at London's Heathrow Airport, according to reports. Thankfully, no passengers were onboard.
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A fire has reportedly started inside a Japan Air Lines Boeing 787 Dreamliner which is currently at Boston's Logan Airport.
Today we learned that United's 787 Dreamliner isn't exactly revolutionary, but it's quiet and fuel efficient. Could it really be as good on gas as, say, a Subaru STI? One of our readers decided to find out.
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner has been in service for no more than a few months and already some Boeing test pilot has tagged the American Northwest like an Etch-a-Sketch with a 787 logo. Damn hooligans.
Today at 10 a.m. PST, two-and-a-half years after the plane was supposed to leave the ground, Boeing will send the first carbon fiber-bodied 787 Dreamliner into the air north of Seattle for its first test flight.