Boeing’s 787 Dream Tour was greeted by men with large horns as it landed in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, this past week.
The Boeing 787 Dream Tour plane must soon return to the Boeing test fleet, but not before one last leg of its worldwide roadshow takes it through Australia, New Zealand, Uzbekistan and Morocco in late May and early June.
Boeing’s 787 Dream Tour made its way to an improbable destination on Monday — Washington’s Reagan National Airport — a field that will almost certainly never see scheduled 787 service due to its size constraints.
The Boeing 787 Dream Tour will make eight stops through seven cities in Europe and the US from late April through mid-May, Boeing announced on Wednesday.
The fifth segment of Boeing’s 787 Dream Tour will include stops across South America, Central Asia, Russia and Europe.
The first US city to receive scheduled Boeing 787 service got a sneak peek at the new state-of-the art jet Sunday morning as Boeing’s Dream Tour flew in to Boston.
The fourth segment of Boeing’s 787 Dream Tour will include visits to some of North America’s most important airports.
The world tour of Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner has added two stops to its itinerary for February: Bangkok and Singapore.