The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is a wide-body twin-engine jet passenger aircraft developed by the American company Boeing. The maximum number of passengers (in a single-class configuration): from 250 to 330, depending on the variant (in terms of capacity and flight range, 787 is comparable to the Boeing 767). Boeing claims Dreamliner is more economical than previous designs. Boeing 787 was the first passenger aircraft of the company, the design of which is widely used composite materials.
Until January 28, 2005, the 787th was developed under the designation 7E7. The first copy was shown at a presentation at a plant in Everett, Washington on July 8, 2007. After a series of deferments, the Boeing 787 first flew on December 15, 2009. October 26, 2011 the liner made its first commercial flight.
By the end of the 1990s, it became obvious that the Boeing 767 was significantly outdated and could not compete with the new developments of the rival Airbus, such as the Airbus A330. In 2001, Boeing announced the development of a new project, the Boeing Sonic Cruiser. Boeing said that the new aircraft will be able to fly at a speed close to the sound, while on average spending no more fuel (due to reduced flight time) than the 767th or A330. However, due to the September 11 terrorist attacks and rising oil prices, it became clear that airlines were more interested in the economy of flights than in speed, and the Sonic Cruiser project, which was also expensive and technologically complex, was suspended.
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