Norwegian Air Review – 787 Dreamliner
Despite the fact that I’ve now been blogging for several years, I’m still getting my chops as a “travel blogger”.
So, I have a confession: I’m a terrible travel blogger.
I somehow managed to sit through a round trip flight to Europe and it completely slipped my mind to capture any photos of the inside of the cabins on the Norwegian Air 787 Dreamliners I flew on. On top of that, I also didn’t capture any photos of the LAX terminal or really, anything else to document the transit of my trip to Budapest.
Like I said, travel blogging fail. Chalk it up to being a rookie. Without further ado…
My Norwegian Air Review Of The 787 Dreamliner
The 787 Dreamliner is one of the latest offerings out of Washington-based Boeing, and this thing is a beauty. Norwegian Air states that it will revolutionize long haul flying:
From a manufacturing point of view, the Dreamliner is a revolutionary leap in aircraft design. The use of composite materials not only contributes greater comfort, a reduction in cabin pressure, better air and less turbulence, but it also reduces fuel consumption by 20% per passenger, enabling us to offer you comfortable and state-of-\the-art long distance flights at our low prices.
The 787 Dreamliner Is More Comfortable
I absolutely agree with this statement.
I could already tell from the flight from LAX to CPH, but then when I debarked the 787 to my connecting flight on an older 737 – it truly left no doubt in my mind. The 787 simply is like a dream. It cruises through the sky without much turbulence or any instability. On top of that, the actual engines themselves seemed significantly quieter – whether by engine design or cabin design; frankly I don’t care.
My only wish was that I’d had a first class cabin to enjoy the Norwegian 787 Dreamliner.