View Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner seating and specifications on United aircraft using this United Airlines seating chart.
The United Boeing 787-10 version presented here represents the most technologically advanced commercial aircraft operating in 2018. The aircraft is used on United's transcontinental US flights and international flights from the US.
This Boeing 787-10 features a three class configuration with 38 flat bed World Business seats, 36 Economy Comfort seats, and 270 standard Economy Class seats. Featured user comments Read user reviews for KLM Boeing 787-10 (781)
The 787-10 is the longest variant of Boeing’s Dreamliner range of aircraft, which are constructed using technologically advanced lightweight composite materials. Singapore Airlines flies the Boeing 787-10 in a two class configuration. There are 36 Business Class seats and 301 Economy Class seats for a total of 337 seats.
British Airways 787-10 seat map (Courtesy of British Airways) That total capacity of 256 seats is a very low density for the 787-10, and it’s clearly designed to maximize premium seating, making it likely the new jet will be deployed on routes with heavy business traffic.
British Airways' Boeing 787-10 can seat 256 passengers with 8 First Class open suites, 48 flat bed Club World seats, 35 World Traveller Plus seats, and 165 standard Economy Seats. Seat map key Good seat
The American Airlines Boeing 787-8 presented here is configured with American Airlines' Premium Economy product. Premium Economy is a step above Economy Class featuring additional legroom, wider seats, and enhanced inflight service. Seating totals include: 20 fully lie-flat seats in Business (Flagship Business on international routes from the USA),
Exactly 100 days before our 100th birthday, we welcomed our very 1st Boeing 787-10, named “Oranjebloesem”. This is the 2nd type of Dreamliner added to our fleet. The -10 is an extended version of the 787-9 and therefor has more seating capacity. In the coming years, we will add 8 Boeing 787-10’s to our fleet.
Boeing 787 Dreamliner offers you plenty of space. Check out the airplane seat plan.
Boeing’s latest wide-body plane even predates this site. Today, nearly a decade after the original plane first rolled out of Boeing’s Everett plant on July 8, 2007, the company showed off the interior of its extended-length Dreamliner, the 787-10, for the very first time. Cabin and Amenities