United Airlines will restart its Boeing 787 Dreamliner flights from May 20, according to an article in USA Today. The airline initially plans to fly the aircraft on routes from Houston Bush Intercontinental Airport.
The first flight will be between Houston and Chicago O’Hare on May 20. The other United 787 flights will be between Houston and Denver from May 21 and Houston and Los Angeles from May 24.
United will also launch regular Dreamliner flights between Denver and Tokyo Narita from June 10.
All United Boeing 787 aircraft were grounded in January over battery-related safety issues. The aircraft recently received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to restart its flights after Boeing issued safety modifications to the battery system.