The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is a wide-body jet airliner manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes, with final assembly at the Boeing Everett Factory in the state of Washington, United States. The Dreamliner program was launched in 2004 and in 2007, the prototype was rolled-out but experienced multiple delays. Eventually, the maiden flight was flown on December 15, 2009, and the first Boeing 787-8 was delivered in September 2011, entering commercial service in the following month. In 2013, the FAA ordered all Boeing 787’s to be grounded for 4 months until modifications were made to the electrical system to reduce the risk of the lithium-ion battery overheating or catching fire.
The Boeing 787-10 has approximately 300 seats for the passengers. The maximum take-off weight for the giant is 254,011 kg (560,000 lb). The maximum payload is 57,277 kg (126,300 lb) including the jet fuel up to 126,372 liters (33,384 US gal). The runway length for fully loaded Boeing 787-10 is needed at least 2,800 meters (9,100 feet) powered by two Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 (340 kN) jet engines. The normal cruising speed is 488 knots (903 km/h) at maximum ceiling altitude of 43,100 feet (13,100 meters). The flight range should not plan to be over 11,910 km (6,430 nautical miles) without refueling.
The Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner is flyable in the next generation of Microsoft Flight Simulator Premium Deluxe Edition.