In 2022, Lufthansa German Airlines took delivery of its first 787. The -9 variant was the first of five airframes acquired from Boeing that had not been taken up by the original airlines that had ordered them
In 2015, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines took delivery of its first of thirteen 787-9 Dreamliners. In 2019, KLM started taking delivery of their first 787-10. We are releasing two different KLM 787-10 sets, one for the standard KLM scheme and one for PH-BKA which has an enlarged 100th Anniversary logo
In 2021, Air Canada added special titles to Boeing 787-9 C-FVLQ in support of Canada’s 2020 Tokyo Olympic team. Large FLY THE FLAG and HAUT LE DRAPEAU titles
Air Premia is a new low-cost long-haul carrier based in South Korea. The airline boasts a more spacious cabin seating arrangement to help lure prospective passengers
To celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2020, Qantas applied special markings to 787-9 VH-ZNJ and christened the aircraft “Longreach” in honor of the Queensland town that was part of its beginning, as well as the fleet of 747-400s that were leaving the airline.
Announced in 2019, with operations to have begun in 2020, ZIPAIR Tokyo is the first Trans-Pacific low-cost, long-haul airline. A part of the Japan Airlines family, ZIPAIR utilizes 787-8s leased from JAL.