The first of four Boeing 787s for Biman Bangladesh Airlines will be taking part in the flying display at the Farnborough air show next week.
The aircraft on display (to become S2-AJS) is one of four General Electric GEnx-powered 787-8s Biman has on order. It is due for delivery next month, followed by a second due in September.
The Bangladeshi flag carrier originally ordered its 787s in 2008 as part of a deal that included four 777-300ERs. At that time, the 787s were slated for delivery in 2017.
Biman's jet fleet is an all-Boeing affair, comprising seven 777s and four 737-800s. It also flies two Bombardier Q400s.
The 787 has been a regular in the Farnborough air display since 2012, when Boeing decided to return to the flying programme with its commercial products after more than two decades of abstention.