United Airlines plans to resume flights with Boeing 787 at 31 May 2013
After Boeing announced successful completion of tests for certification of new batteries at 787 Dreamliner, airline operators affected by the 787 crisis have begun to make hope. It will probably be a matter of time until the FAA releases on 787 Dreamliner aircraft.
From 31 to 2013, United Airlines plans to resume flights with Boeing 787. The first route operated will be Houston - Denver, and reservations are open. According to the May 31 program, it appears that IAH 09: 15 - 10: 49 DEN 14: 25 - 17: 47 IAH flights will be operated with 787.
The next route that United intends to introduce 787 is Houston - London Heathrow, from June 10, 2013. Between June 10 and July 31, the Boeing 787 will operate 1 of the 3 daily flights, replacing the Boeing 767 aircraft, according to the following schedule:
DON'T IAH 124: 18 - 25: 09 + 40 LHR 1 D
DO NOT LHR 125: 11 - 40: 15 IAH 35 D
Also from June 10, Boeing 787 will also enter the route Denver - Tokyo Narita and will operate according to the following program:
DO NOT DEN 139: 12 - 35: 15 + 30 NRT 1 D
DO NOT NRT 138: 17 - 25: 13 DEN 15 D
The other routes will enjoy the services of the new aircraft NEVER Dreamliner only from the 1 August. And we remember here Houston - Lagos, Los Angeles - Shanghai Pu Dong and Los Angeles - Tokyo Narita.
However, no further changes to the operational program are excluded. We will come back with details!