In 2013, the troubled Boeing 787 Dreamliner was grounded for nearly four months because the plane’s lithium-ion batteries caught fire. It’s had at least three more cell failures since the plane was allowed to resume flying. While the Federal Aviation Administration dismisses these new failures, the fact that these…
A British airline passenger has pleaded guilty for "going nuts" onboard a Thomson Airways Boeing 787 Dreamliner and punching one of the plane's magical windows, which dims at the push of a button, instead of using a traditional pull-down shade.
Boeing has donated the third 787 Dreamliner ever built to the Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington. The plane known as ZA003 will be the only 787 at a museum in the world. It is painted in Boeing's Dreamliner house livery, and museum visitors will get to see the plane, inside and out.
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is experiencing a scary, ongoing problem that nobody can seem to solve — the cockpit windows are cracking at an alarming rate.
Austin, Texas received its first international long-haul service today, as British Airways inaugurated service from London Heathrow with the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. So if you're a Brit going home from SXSW week deliriously hungover, there's no risk of missing your connecting flight.
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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.We're also hearing that batteries may have been the cause of the fire:
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.