United Airlines takes delivery of its fifteenth Boeing 787-10
United Airlines took delivery of its fifteenth Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner on Tuesday, November 22.
United’s Dreamliners have a seating capacity of 318; 44 seats in Polaris Business Class, 21 in Premium Plus, 54 in Economy Plus and 199 in Economy.
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The airline operates 787-10s to a variety of domestic and international destinations. In the United States on routes such as New York-Los Angeles, Chicago-Los Angeles and Chicago-Honolulu. And on transoceanic routes such as New York-Paris, New York-Tel Aviv and Los Angeles-Tokyo. From Chicago, the aircraft serve destinations such as Brussels, Munich and Frankfurt.
United expects to take delivery of six more Boeing 787-10s in the coming months.
The airline also operates the other two Dreamliner variants: 12 B787-8 and 38 B787-9 aircraft.
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