Boeing 787-9 of Japan Airlines Taxiing at Helsinki Airport

Boeing 787-9 of Japan Airlines

The newest fleet of Japan flag carrier, Boeing 787-9 of Japan Airlines while taxiing on runway at Helsinki Airport or also known as Helsinki-Vantaa Airport. The aircraft to pass the V1 then rotate takeoff then fly to the sky. Thanks to Oliver Pylvanen for wonderful photo shoot, whole combinations are just right.

Back to the airline, the Japan Airlines besides become a national carrier of Japan, they also become the largest airline in the country. They fly more than 167 aircraft per December 2015 to more than 92 destinations worldwide. They founded in 1951 and headquartered in Shinagawa, Tokyo and its main hub are Haneda as well as Narita Airport.

The Japan Airlines also called JAL, they have been placed about 45 firm orders of newest Boeing variant, the 787 Dreamliners. While they have received 22 out of 25 of 787-8s series, while the stretched variant of 787-8, the 787-9 they have just received 2 out of 20 firm orders of 787-9s. Japan Airlines is the launch customers of Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, with Boeing they have been developing the widebody aircraft. At that time Boeing 787-8 had serious problem with aircraft battery issue.
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