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JAL Dreamliner gets its livery on

written by | December 15, 2011
Boeing has unveiled the first 787-8 Dreamliner destined for Japan Airlines.

Boeing has unveiled Japan Airlines’ first 787-8 Dreamliner, featuring JAL’s updated livery and the carrier’s iconic flying crane on the tail.

The jet will operate on JAL’s new Tokyo Narita-Boston route.

The carbon composite built 787-8 entered commercial service in October with launch customer All Nippon Airways.


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