Boeing 787 Dreamliner send to Airline costumer

Boeing 787 Dreamliner
Boeing 787 Dreamliner

This time Boeing finally ready to send their latest aircraft, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, to airline customer. The Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft is believed to be fuel efficient by up to 20 percent and carbon fiber that is lighter weight than similar aircraft.

According to news agency Reuters, the 787 Dreamliner handover took place at its plant in Seattle on Sunday. The first buyer is the All Nippon Airlines (ANA) from Japan. The Boeing 787 plane cost $ 200 million USD per unit.

"It takes hard work to make it happen," said Scott Fancher, vice president and concurrently general manager of Boeing's 787 program. Technologically advanced aircraft that will fly to Japan on Tuesday next and began to be used by airlines ANA for domestic routes on October 26, 2011.

Boeing 787 Dreamliner a mainstay for rival Airbus, which is also ready to produce their most advanced aircraft, the A350. Boeing has received orders of 821 units from a number of airlines, which must be sent no later than 2013.

However, the completion of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner inaugural production was delayed seven times, or for three years, due to problems with technical issues, distribution of spare parts, and the 58-day strike in 2008.

"We have been waiting for this 787 Dreamliner premiere production for three years, the plan when it will come out in the summer of 2008," said Satoru Fujiko, ANA's senior vice president, who was involved in negotiating the purchase of Boeing 787 Dreamliner. All Nippon Airlines plans to have 4 units 787 Dreamliner aircraft this year and eight more units next year.