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.
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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