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Deer Jet to get second 787 DreamJet

Posted 20 May 2017 · Add Comment

Deer Jet is to introduce a second Boeing 787 Dream Jet to its fleet, making it the world's largest operator of the type.

The Hong Kong operator which introduced the VVIP aircraft at EBACE last year is expected to get delivery of the second aircraft during the first half of 2018.
The 787 Dream Jet can fly up to 30 passengers comfortably non-stop for 18.5 hours.

 

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