Thursday, January 16, 2014

787 Firing Order Updated

The 787 firing order has been updated.  The order for L/N 181 to L/N 200 are now listed and doesn't contain too many surprises.  This firing order should be for aircraft that will enter final assembly through April (end of April).

Here's a quick breakdown:

New operators:

Thai (leased from ILFC)
Arke (formerly Arkefly, through TUI Travel)
Royal Jordanian

ANA - 1
BBJ - 1
British Airways - 2
Ethiopian - 1
Kenya Airways - 2
ILFC - 2
LAN - 2
Qatar Airways - 1
Royal Jordanian - 1
TUI Travel - 3
United - 2

Only one 787-9 will be going through production and this aircraft is slated for United Airlines (ZB167).

Full 787 List

Current 787 Production List

Delivered 787 List

787 Monthly Delivery Tracking

787 Customer Delivery

787-9 Flight Test Hours

Current 787 Operators



RubenF35 said...

registration for LN182, Arke's first is PH-TFK

HK Expat said...

LN 186 - N49911
LN 190 - HS-TQA

Hiromichi Notake said...


JA826A has already registrated helicopter that belong to Aomori prefecture police since 2005.

Rajaram Pejaver said...

What happened to LN26 VT-ANB? It went from Ready back to Prod Testing.

Anonymous said...

It appears boeing has the production line sorted how ever, with the lack or the time its taking to deliver the frames you can already start to see that tge frames are going to back up again outside and be parked until theres room on the flight line considering theres still a few frames to come out before jan is over.

billmill said...

Great site I really appreciate the information on the expected delivery's and what the build sequance is.

David Cummings said...

Does anyone know what the hold up on delivering airframe is its nearly the end of January and only one delivery?

Piotrek_ said...

Uresh, any idea what is going on with VT-ANC? It is inside paint hangar just too long.

johnv777 said...

From Twitter:
United Fleet Website ‏@UnitedFleetWebs

787-8 New Delivery: N26909 sked to ferry CHS-DEN 1/28/14 9th 788 to enter UA's fleet

David Cummings said...

What's the hold up on the deliveries?