United Airlines Boeing 787. Courtesy, UA United Airlines has removed the Boeing 787 from its flight schedule through June 5, though it is still hopeful it can launch Denver-Tokyo Narita 787 service in May. United had six 787s in its fleet when FAA ordered the grounding of Dreamliners on Jan. 16. United, the only North American carrier that has taken delivery of the 787, said it has made plans to use other aircraft in its place through June 5. It could bring the aircraft back sooner ...

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