Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner Promises Passengers Arrive at their Destination Refreshed

While not everyone can afford a private jet for their next vacation, thanks to Boeing’s revolutionary technology passengers can travel in luxury without the additional costs.
Boeing’s new 787 Dreamliner, whose anticipated launch in late 2010 is expected to revolutionize airplane travel, has found a way to actually reduce passenger fatigue and increase passenger comfort in flight – all through using innovative carbon composite materials.
The carbon composite exteriors can sustain a lower cabin pressure at higher altitudes than previously used aluminum can, and can sustain higher humidity levels, which has been shown to increase passenger comfort.
Higher sweeping ceilings, dynamic lighting, larger lavatories, more spacious luggage bins (not a good idea in my opinion! Passengers now are already trying to bring on luggage that is TOO BIG, to save the checking fee)  and larger windows, also made possible by the carbon composite exterior, give a greater sense of welcome to the passenger. Windows, made with electrochromatic glass, can dim with the push of a button.
Boeing Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer Jim Albaugh promises that “passengers flying on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner (compared to flying other aircrafts) will feel better when they land.”

I for one am anxious to see this!