Boeing's Dreamliner Could Make Flying A Whole Lot Better
Oct 24, 2011 12:02
Dreamliner will finally make its first passenger flight on a 12 hour haul from Tokyo to Hong Kong. Will flying be better for everyone now? The Dreamliner is not only luxurious and comfy, it's 30% cheaper to operate, which will help remove some of the cost and other things of the inconveniences of flying.
This could make flights cheaper too. Savings to the travelers. And this could benefit in a way of having fewer connecting flights through congested regional hubs means fewer cascading delays and more space on the runways.
Lets give it a month or two or 6 months. We'll find out for sure. [USA Today]
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