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United 787 Dreamliner to resume schedule May 20

Excerpt from USA Today

May 13, 2013 10:36 am

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As airlines around the world begin to restart Boeing 787 Dreamliner service, the whole world will be watching to see if the manufacturer indeed resolved the aircraft’s problems.

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United Airlines will restart Boeing 787 “Dreamliner” flights on May 20, putting the aircraft on hub-to-hub routes out of Houston Bush Intercontinental.

United spokeswoman Christen David confirmed the news to Today in the Sky, saying the Dreamliner flights became visible in United’s reservation system with a May 4 schedule update.¬†Until that update, United’s resumption of Dreamliner service had been set for May 31 in United’s flight schedules, though the carrier indicated at the time “additional schedule changes” were possible.

 

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