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American Airlines Now Flies Passengers Via Dreamliner

American Airlines Now Flies Passengers Via Dreamliner
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American Airlines Now Flies Passengers Via Dreamliner

American Airlines (AA) has announced that passengers can now fly onboard Boeing 787 starting May 7.

Boeing 787, also known as Dreamliner, which promises nonstop long-haul trips, lesser fuel consumption and lighter materials, is now servicing passengers on the second American airline to order it.

AA’s Dreamliner flights feature unique “z-shaped” lounge for Business Class passengers. Their Main Cabin also offers 5 more inches of legroom.

The first flight was between Dallas/Fort Worth and Chicago, as AA’s website states. The first nonstop international flight will be on June 2, between Dallas/Fort Worth and Beijing. There will also be another nonstop long-haul flight between Dallas/Fort Worth and Buenos Aires.

United Airlines is the first American airline company that ordered Boeing 787’s. Watch their first flight on the video below.

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