The Boeing 787 Dreamliner stands as a twin-engine wide-body jet airliner developed and manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. The project, initially designated as 7E7, was launched in 2004 with Boeing’s focus on creating a more fuel-efficient aircraft to replace predecessors like the 767, following the discontinuation of the Sonic Cruiser project. Employing a lightweight construction, the Dreamliner incorporated primarily composite materials, supplemented by some aluminium components. Twin General Electric GEnx-1B engines were strategically mounted on the wings close to the main fuselage, featuring sound-absorbing material to reduce noise. The initial production units were ordered by All Nippon Airways, entering service in 2011 after overcoming various delays.
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