787 Commercial Flights Set to Begin

Although there is some debate over what constitutes an official “commercial flight”, All Nippon Airways, the launch customer of the much-anticipated boeing 787, is set to begin flying passengers this week the Seattle Post Intelligencer reports.

This week’s flight, which departs Tokoyo Narita on wednesday and arrives in hong Kong, is a charter which some people paid out tens of thousands of dollars to be apart of.

Regular commercial flights will commence on November 1st when ANA begins flights between Tokyo Haneda Airport, Okayama and Hiroshima.

 

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