Boeing 787-9 l/n 703, TUI Airlines UK G-TUIM, which has been at Manchester since the early hours of 18th May following delivery from Paine Field, positioned Manchester – London Gatwick late this afternoon as BY9268.
Boeing 787-9 l/n 456, Air New Zealand ZK-NZI, operated NZ101 Auckland – Sydney early this morning, however the return NZ102 was cancelled due to a technical issue. The aircraft was able to position Sydney – Auckland during the evening as NZ6012.
Boeing 787-8 l/n 80, LATAM Airlines Chile CC-BBC, which has been under maintenance at Santiago de Chile since 7th May, returned to service operating an additional Santiago de Chile – Madrid service early this evening as LA1230.
Boeing 787-8 l/n 170, Air Canada C-GHPT, which has been under maintenance at San Antonio since 13th May, positioned San Antonio – Toronto early this afternoon as AC7166. The aircraft later positioned Toronto – Montreal as AC7062 then returned to service operating the delayed AC311 Montreal – Vancouver.
Boeing 787-8 l/n 21, Japan Airlines JA823J, operating JL33 Tokyo Haneda – Bangkok diverted to Osaka Kansai early this morning due to a technical issue. The aircraft was able to continue after around two and a half hours on the ground.
Boeing 787-8 l/n 56, All Nippon Airways JA812A, which has been under maintenance at Taipei Taoyuan since 17th March, positioned Taipei Taoyuan – Tokyo Haneda in the early hours of this morning as NH9416.
Following the technical issue it encountered yesterday, Boeing 787-8 l/n 166, Royal Brunei Airlines V8-DLD, departed Melbourne this evening operating yesterday’s delayed BI54 Melbourne – Bandar Seri Begawan as BI54D.
Boeing 787-9 l/n 581, Norwegian UK G-CJUL,which has been receiving maintenance attention at Oslo since 15th May, positioned Oslo – Paris CDG as DY8982 early this evening in order to operate yesterday’s delayed DY7021/DY7022 Paris CDG – New York JFK rotation as DY7921/DY7922.
Boeing 787-9 l/n 355, United Airlines N26960, operating UA863 San Francisco – Sydney (depart San Francisco 17th May) diverted to Honolulu in the early hours of this morning due to a technical issue. After around 17 hours on the ground the aircraft positioned Honolulu – Los Angeles as UA2800.
Boeing 787-9 l/n 503, American Airlines N823AN, operating AA182 Shanghai Pudong – Los Angeles stopped the climb at 15,000 ft this evening due to a technical issue and returned to Shanghai Pudong for a safe landing. The flight was subsequently cancelled.
Boeing 787-9 l/n 524, LATAM Airlines Chile CC-BGM, operated the LA455/LA456 Santiago de Chile – Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini rotation with a twelve hour delay this evening in place of the usual Airbus A320 family narrowbody.
Boeing 787-9 l/n 690, Japan Airlines JA872J, was delivered Charleston – Tokyo Narita this afternoon as JL8101. The aircraft is in standard Japan Airlines livery and is in 52J/35W/116Y configuration. This brings the Japan Airlines Boeing 787-9 fleet up to twelve aircraft.
Boeing 787-9 l/n 703, TUI Airlines UK G-TUIM, was delivered Paine Field – Manchester this morning as BY562. The aircraft is in 63W/282Y configuration and wears standard TUI livery. This brings the TUI Airlines UK Boeing 787-9 fleet up to four aircraft.
Boeing 787-8 l/n 522, Royal Jordanian Airlines JY-BAH, positioned Amman – Beirut as RJ6004 late this morning in order to operate a Beirut – Dublin charter rotation as RJ6005/RJ6006. The aircraft then positioned Beirut – Amman after midnight as RJ6007.
Boeing 787-8 l/n 166, Royal Brunei Airlines V8-DLD, arrived into Melbourne this morning as BI53 from Bandar Seri Begawan (depart Bandar Seri Begawan 17th May), however the return BI54 has been delayed overnight due to a technical issue.
Boeing 787-8 l/n 306, American Airlines N806AA, which has been under maintenance at San Antonio since 30th April, undertook a San Antonio – San Antonio test flight this morning as AA9668 then positioned San Antonio – Chicago O’Hare as AA9676 before returning to service operating AA187 Chicago O’Hare – Beijing Capital.
Boeing 787-9 l/n 502, AeroMexico N183AM, arrived into Paris CDG this afternoon as AM3 from Mexico City (depart Mexico City 15th May), however the return AM4 has been delayed overnight due to a technical issue.
Boeing 787-8 l/n 652, Uzbekistan Airways UK-78703, was delivered Paine Field – Washington Dulles this afternoon as HY3520. The aircraft is in 24J/222Y configuration and wears standard Uzbekistan Airways livery. This brings the Uzbekistan Airways Boeing 787-8 fleet up to three aircraft.
Boeing 787-8 l/n 122, AeroMexico N964AM, arrived into London Heathrow this afternoon as AM7 from Mexico City (depart Mexico City 14th May), however the return AM8 was cancelled due to a technical issue.
Boeing 787-8 l/n 45, United Airlines N27901, positioned Denver – San Francisco as UA2770 this evening after arriving as UA980 from Washington Dulles. The aircraft then operated UA1532 San Francisco – Washington Dulles.
Following the technical issue it encountered yesterday, Boeing 787-9 l/n 355, United Airlines N26960, departed Tokyo Haneda this evening operating yesterday’s delayed UA876 Tokyo Haneda – San Francisco as UA2831.
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