Sea-Tac Airport, the second U.S. airport to host the Boeing 787 Dreamliner on a regularly scheduled flight, will see more Dreamliner service beginning this fall.
According to schedules published this week, United Airlines will begin using a Dreamliner for its Sea-Tac-Tokyo flight beginning Nov. 5.
The Chicago-based airline now uses a larger Boeing 777-200ER for the flight to Tokyo’s Narita Airport. All Nippon Airways began flying a Dreamliner from Sea-Tac to the the Japanese capital last fall.
Those ANA flights were interrupted in early winter when all Boeing Dreamliners were grounded to solve battery fire problems.
ANA has resumed it …