Boeing 787 Dreamliner Offers Improved Experience for Passengers

By combining its unique understanding of how the human body reacts to flight conditions and how emerging technologies can improve those conditions, Boeing is creating a better flying experience with its all-new 787 Dreamliner.
The company, along with universities from around the world, has embarked on numerous studies to understand the effects of altitude, humidity, air contaminants, lighting, sound and space on passengers. In addition, Boeing has studied how these factors play together to develop combinations to create the best overall experience. Findings have helped lead to significant improvements on the 787.

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  1. Boeing 787 Dreamliner is the best aircraft alive. Following the Boeing 747 which is my second favorite. I've been on a thomson Boeing 787, it was very comfortable z:)

  2. Great looking plane! Big fan of the personalized in flight entertainment a passenger will have access too…Saw on the news it has a 12 hour fly time! I also like the lighting switch's on the airplane windows….very cool feature…I like sitting next to the window when I get the chance. Kudos on the Dreamliner!

  3. Thank god I can afford business elite class. I couldn't imagine eleven hours in cattle class, even on this beauty.

  4. The first class so fancied about look pretty awful to me, sorry! It looks like a furniture deposit or a large open space plan. Horrible. Business class looks better. Those white and black cubicles aren't really cozy.

  5. I flew with this plane a while ago. It is awesome! I loved the adjustable window brightness and the videoscreens. The motors of the plane were turned on electronically, super awesome you might say. However, we were in Turkey where did not have the technology to power this plane. Therefore we had 17 hours of delay…

  6. I hope it aint a big plane, it looks nice. however, i have a fear for big planes. those are the ones which always crash

  7. If it aint Boeing, I aint going !!!!!! As a 35 year A&P, I have worked on just about every airliner brand flying and Boeing is still the best in my opinion.

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