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United’s Dreamliners to fly domestic routes by November


United Airlines, the first carrier in the U.S. to take delivery of Boeing’s new 787 Dreamliner, announced short-term domestic routes for the new planes this week. For most of November and December, several of the planes will fly at least once a day between Houston and San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago and Newark. While those flights go on sale Saturday, word is that they won’t be the official first flights on United’s new Dreamliners. That’s likely to happen sometime in October, though United hasn’t announced specific flights or events coinciding with the roll-out. Early next year, United will start using the Dreamliners on international routes to Amsterdam, Lagos and Tokyo, among others. United has 50 of the new 787s on order and is gradually announcing new routes as the company finds out when it will receive each plane.