The first long haul flight of the Thomson 787 Dreamliner has been given the green light for the second week of July. Passengers heading to Cancun and Florida from July 8th will be the first to fly long haul on the state-of-the-art jet.
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Thomson Airways regrets to confirm, in the absence of a delivery schedule from Boeing, we have taken the decision to activate our contingency plans and switch customers booked on the 787 Dreamliner in May and June to alternative planes.
If you could design your own dream plane, what would you come up with? Comfier seats? Supersized windows? Whatever tops your wish list, the end result would probably look a lot like the 787 Dreamliner.
We’ve been involved with the design process from the word go, so every inch has been designed with you in mind.
Here at Thomson we are incredibly excited about the delivery of our brand new 787 Dreamliners next year. To help share this enthusiasm we’ve decided to let you choose what the first Dreamliner will be named via Twitter using the #nameourplane.
Chloe Joint, PR manager for Thomson Airways talks us through a recent trip to Dreamliner HQ in Seattle.
Until I started working for Thomson nearly a year ago, I didn’t know much about the differences between one plane and another. But after a few months working as part of the team that will bring the first Thomson 787 into service, I now find myself fascinated by our new aircraft.
We talk all things Dreamliner with pilot Stuart Gruber…
In April, the plane everyone’s been talking about – the 787 Dreamliner – touched down in the UK for the very first time as part of its world tour. So we caught up with pilot, Stuart Gruber, to find out how it felt to be part of a travel industry exclusive…
In the coming months, we’ll be bringing you updates from all sorts of people involved in the groundbreaking launch, both on the frontline and behind the scenes. First up this month, we hear from Phil Copnall, 787 Dreamliner fleet manager…
We’re about to unveil some smart new Dreamliner ads. Keep an eye out in The Sun, Daily Mirror, Daily Express, The Times and the Daily Telegraph over the next few weeks.