United Airlines to take delivery of its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner in late September
United Airlines recently announced its induction plan of its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner in its fleet. The airline said in a statement that it is scheduled to take the delivery of its first Dreamliner by September end this year. The airline also made public its exclusively designed livery for its new Dreamliner.
United Airlines plans to introduce more flights services to many other destinations after deploying five of its new Boeing 787 Dreamliners into service in 2012. The airline disclosed that the first Dreamliner to be included in its fleet is being readied and passenger cabin is currently being fitted on the first Dreamliner.
According to the airline, the new Boeing 787-8 will be equipped with a total of 219 seats – 36 seats in First Class or United BusinessFirst, 72 seats in Premium Economy or United Economy Plus and 111 seats in Economy Class or United Economy.
The airline has placed orders for 50 Boeing 787 Dreamliners and will be taking delivery of these aircrafts starting September 2012 through 2019.
United Airlines along with its subsidiary presently offers 5,605 daily flights services spanning six continents out of its hubs at Chicago, Denver, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Guam, Washington Dulles, Houston, Tokyo Narita, San Francisco and Newark.