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United Airlines will operate its newest Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner on six trans-Atlantic routes from its New York/Newark hub beginning in March 2019.

United was the first North American airline to take delivery of the 787-10, and is also the first airline in the world to have the entire family of Boeing’s 787-8, 787-9 and 787-10 Dreamliners in its fleet.

United’s 787-10 features 44 United Polaris® Business Class seats (pictured in the scroller above), 21 United® Premium Plus seats (Premium Economy on other airlines), 54 Economy Plus seats and 199 standard Economy seats. Tickets will be available for purchase on Dec. 3, for travel beginning March 30.

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United The Best For Transatlantic

“United is proud to offer more seats between New York and Europe than any other carrier and our Boeing 787-10 aircraft based in New York/Newark will enable us to connect even more New York City customers to Europe and beyond,” said Patrick Quayle, United’s Vice President of International Network. “We are thrilled to announce six international cities that will be served with this aircraft and we look forward to offering our customers all of the comforts and services of our most advanced aircraft.”

If you want to fly United’s new Boeing 787-10 plane Internationally, their schedule can be found below:

From March 30 the Dreamliner will fly UA960 from Newark to Frankfurt (departing 1950), and on fly UA84 to Tel Aviv (departing 1655). From April 29 the aircraft will fly UA57 to Paris (departing 1840), and fly UA120 to Barcelona (departing 1930). On May 22 the B787-10 will operate on flight UA999 to Brussels (departing 1830), and flight UA23 to Dublin (departing 1925).

Why Fly United’s 787-10 Planes?

You get to fly their United Polaris Business Class! United’s signature all aisle access Polaris is one of the best Business Class seats transatlantic. If you fly in Premium Economy, you can book United’s Premium Plus seats which is also a great option.

Lighting

The aircraft features updated lighting patterns that mimic sunrise and sunset and are designed to help customers in each cabin fall asleep and wake up more adjusted to new time zones. A brand new seatback entertainment system is also available at every seat, which includes:

Entertainment

Split screen capabilities allowing customers to watch a movie and view the flight map simultaneously. A relax mode for customers who want to customize a selection of soothing videos and relaxing audio playlists. The world’s most extensive suite of accessibility features on a seatback entertainment system, which accommodates any level of vision, as well as provides support for customers with hearing and mobility issues.

United previously announced its first 787-10 aircraft will begin operating between New York/Newark and Los Angeles and San Francisco in January 2019.

The Boeing 787-10 is 18 feet longer than the 787-9 and can carry more passengers and more cargo. The -10 aircraft can fly up to 6,430 nautical miles, while using 20 percent less fuel than older generation airplanes. United currently operates 25 787-9 and 12 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft. The airline expects to take delivery of 14 787-10 aircraft over the next two years.

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