United Airlines 787. Courtesy, UA [CORRECTED] United Airlines (UA) will use its first Boeing 787s on routes from the US to Amsterdam, Lagos, London, Shanghai and Tokyo, the carrier announced Thursday. UA, which will start taking delivery of the 50 787s it has on order in September, previously announced plans to use the aircraft on service from its Denver hub to Tokyo Narita (NRT) from March 31 (ATW Daily News, Aug. 3). In addition, the carrier said Thursday it will also fly ...

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