Globe reporter Katie Johnston this morning flew on a special 787 flight from Boston to Newark this morning, which starts flying out of Boston on Japan Airlines’ new nonstop route to Tokyo next month. Something that every 787 passenger is bound to notice is the incredible amount of light that fills the plane. The windows are 30 percent larger than on similarly sized airplanes, and it’s easy to see outside, even from the middle aisle, without leaning over and craning your neck into uncomfortable contortions.
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