Air France has taken delivery of its second Boeing 787-9, which is scheduled to enter revenue service May 1 to Montreal. The aircraft was handed over to the French national carrier at Boeing’s Charleston, South Carolina plant and ferried to its hub at Paris Charles de Gaulle April 20. The airline’s first 787-9 was delivered in December 2016; three more are scheduled to join the fleet by the end of 2017. Air France’s initial 787-9 is used on routes to London Heathrow and ...

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