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January 23, 2012

Boeing 787 Dream Tour Flies On to Bangkok and Singapore in February

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The world tour of Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner has added two stops to its itinerary for February: Bangkok and Singapore.

A Boeing security dog tests a business class seat aboard the 787 Dream Tour show plane during its visit to Wichita

A Boeing security dog tests a business class seat aboard the 787 Dream Tour show plane during its visit to Wichita. (Photo by Boeing)

On Feb. 9-11, the Dreamliner will visit Thai Airways in Bangkok on what might be considered a sales call. Thai has not yet ordered any 787s.

Next up will be a week on display at the Singapore Airshow, on Feb. 11-18.

The Dream Tour has taken N787BX, aka ZA003, literally around the world. On the first leg it visited China, Ethiopia, Kenya, Qatar, followed by recent stops in Wichita, Kan. Rockford, Ill., Huntsville, Ala., and Dublin, Ireland.

Outfitted with all the bells and whistles Boeing offers on the 787, the Dream Tour plane will continue its journey through April.

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