Boeing

787

It Reinvents Fleet Plans and Transforms Business Plans.

The industry-leading technology of the 787 Dreamliner is creating remarkable opportunities for airlines around the world and dramatically improving the air travel experience. We call it the Dreamliner effect. The airplane's unparalleled fuel efficiency and range flexibility enables carriers to profitably open new routes as well as optimize fleet and network performance. And for their passengers, an experience like none other in the air, with more comfort and less fatigue. The Dreamliner effect. That's a better way to fly.

Technical Specs

787-8 Dreamliner787-9 Dreamliner787-10 Dreamliner
Passengers (two-class) 248 296 336
Range nmi (km) 7,305 nmi (13,530 km) 7,530 nmi (13,950 km) 6,345 nmi (11,750 km)
Length 57 m (186 ft) 63 m (206 ft) 68 m (224 ft)
Wingspan 60 m (197 ft) 60 m (197 ft) 60 m (197 ft)
Height 17 m (56 ft) 17 m (56 ft) 17 m (56 ft)
Engine GEnx-1B / Trent 1000 GEnx-1B / Trent 1000 GEnx-1B / Trent 1000

787 Dreamliner Family

Overview

  • Lower operating costs

    • Exceptional fuel efficiency
    • Low fees
    • Low maintenance costs
    • Mixed-fleet flying
    • Standard airplane

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  • Higher revenue potential

    • Faster cruise speed
    • More revenue cargo
    • More flying days
    • New nonstop routes
    • Flexible seating
    • Passenger preference

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  • Visionary design

    • More-electric system architecture
    • Composite primary structure
    • Passenger-pleasing features
    • Advanced aerodynamics
    • Optimized flight deck
    • Modern engines

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Benefits

  • Arrive feeling better

    • Lower cabin altitude
    • Better humidity
    • Cleaner air
    • Smoother ride technology
    • Improved temperature control
    • Excellent sound quality
  • Careful choices, clever design

    • Lower emissions
      • 20-25% fewer CO2 emissions
      • Below limits on hydrocarbons, smoke, NOX, CO
    • Quieter
      • Community noise contained within airport boundaries
      • Ramp noise below ICAO regulations; cabin noise optimized
    • Lifecycle improvements
      • ISO 14001 factory; reducing environmental footprint
      • Composite recycling

Improvements Passengers Can See Improvements Passengers Can See

  • A more comfortable travel experience

    • A place for everyone's bags
    • Inviting, spacious cabin
    • Dynamic LED lighting
    • More headroom
    • Every seat is a window seat
    • Large windows that dim at the touch of a button

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  • Market Opener. Seasonal & Frequency Right-Sizing. High hot.

    Passengers
    248 (two-class)

    Range
    7,305 nmi (13,530 km)

    Length
    57 m (186 ft)

    Height
    17 m (56 ft)

    Engine
    GEnx-1B / Trent 1000

  • Fuel Efficiency

    Around 20% better fuel per seat and emissions than the airplanes it will replace.

787-9 Dreamliner 787-9 Dreamliner

  • More seats. More range. Cargo capability.

    Passengers
    296 (two-class)

    Range
    7,530 nmi (13,950 km)

    Length
    63 m (206 ft)

    Height
    17 m (56 ft)

    Engine
    GEnx-1B / Trent 1000

  • Fuel Efficiency

    Around 20% better fuel per seat and emissions than the airplanes it will replace.

787-10 Dreamliner 787-10 Dreamliner

  • Profitability in core markets. Larger demand markets. Unmatched economics.

    Passengers
    336 (two-class)

    Range
    6,345 nmi (11,750 km)

    Length
    68 m (224 ft)

    Height
    17 m (56 ft)

    Engine
    GEnx-1B / Trent 1000

  • Fuel Efficiency

    Around 25% better fuel per seat and emissions than the airplanes it will replace.

The 787 Dreamliner Family and Opening New Routes

Scheduled routes in service or announced. Flight paths for illustration purposes only.

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    Opening New Routes

    Opening New Routes With the 787 Dreamliner Family
    Since entering service in 2011, the 787 Dreamliner family is flying more than 1,900 routes and has made more than 235 new point-to-point routes possible.
    Discover the new routes as of 2019.

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      Opening New Routes

      Opening New Routes With the 787 Dreamliner Family
      Since entering service in 2011, the 787 Dreamliner family is flying more than 1,900 routes and has made more than 235 new point-to-point routes possible.
      Discover the new routes as of 2019.

      2012 (1 New Route)

      • Frankfurt, Germany — Tokyo, Japan

      2013 (9 New Routes)

      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
      • Amritsar, India — Birmingham, United Kingdom
      • Birmingham, United Kingdom — Delhi, India
      • Delhi, India — Melbourne, Australia
      • Delhi, India — Sydney, Australia
      • Phuket, Thailand — London, United Kingdom
      • Rio De Janeiro, Brazil — Lomé, Togo
      • Stockholm, Sweden — Montego Bay, Jamaica
      • Tokyo, Japan — San Jose, United States

      2014 (32 New Routes)

      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Sao Paulo, Brazil
      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Madrid, Spain
      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Shanghai, China
      • Bandar Seri Be, Brunei — Dubai, United Arab Emirates
      • Bergen, Norway — New York, United States
      • Billund, Denmark — Phuket, Thailand
      • Chengdu, China — San Francisco, United States
      • Copenhagen, Denmark — Los Angeles, United States
      • Copenhagen, Denmark — Montego Bay, Jamaica
      • Delhi, India — Moscow, Russia
      • Doha, Qatar — Edinburgh, United Kingdom
      • Doha, Qatar — Tokyo, Japan
      • Dubai, United Arab Emirates — London, United Kingdom
      • Dusseldorf, Germany — Tokyo, Japan
      • Fort Lauderdale, United States — London, United Kingdom
      • Guangzhou, China — Christchurch, New Zealand
      • Guangzhou, China — San Francisco, United States
      • Helsinki, Finland — Plaine Magnien, Mauritius
      • Jakarta, Indonesia — Tokyo, Japan
      • Los Angeles, United States — London, United Kingdom
      • Los Angeles, United States — Oslo, Norway
      • London, United Kingdom — Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
      • Manchester, United Kingdom — Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
      • Monterrey, Mexico — Tokyo, Japan
      • New York, United States — London, United Kingdom
      • Oakland, United States — Oslo, Norway
      • Orlando, United States — Oslo, Norway
      • Stockholm, Sweden — Los Angeles, United States
      • Stockholm, Sweden — Plaine Magnien, Mauritius
      • Stockholm, Sweden — Oakland, United States
      • Tokyo, Japan — Munich, Germany
      • Tokyo, Japan — Toronto, Canada

      2015 (24 New Routes)

      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Dublin, Ireland
      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Los Angeles, United States
      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Tokyo, Japan
      • Beijing, China — San Jose, United States
      • Bridgetown, Barbados — Bournemouth, United Kingdom
      • Brussels, Belgium — Tokyo, Japan
      • Cardiff, United Kingdom — Montego Bay, Jamaica
      • Coolangatta, Australia — Wuhan, China
      • Copenhagen, Denmark — Las Vegas, United States
      • Copenhagen, Denmark — Plaine Magnien, Mauritius
      • Copenhagen, Denmark — San Juan, Puerto Rico
      • Doha, Qatar — Durban, South Africa
      • Fuzhou, China — Sydney, Australia
      • Glasgow, United Kingdom — Montego Bay, Jamaica
      • Guangzhou, China — Rome, Italy
      • Hanoi, Vietnam — Nairobi, Kenya
      • Milano, Italy — Santiago, Chile
      • Montego Bay, Jamaica — Newcastle, United Kingdom
      • Oslo, Norway — San Juan, Puerto Rico
      • Rome, Italy — Wuhan, China
      • Stockholm, Sweden — Las Vegas, United States
      • Stockholm, Sweden — San Juan, Puerto Rico
      • Sydney, Australia — Xiamen, China
      • Washington, United States — Shanghai, China

      2016 (33 New Routes)

      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Newark, United States
      • Amman, Jordan — Guangzhou, China
      • Amritsar, India — Singapore, Singapore
      • Birmingham, United Kingdom — Doha, Qatar
      • Brisbane, Australia — Vancouver, Canada
      • Boston, United States — London, United Kingdom
      • Boston, United States — Oslo, Norway
      • Cancun, Mexico — Dublin, Ireland
      • Casablanca, Morocco — Washington, United States
      • Changsha, China — Los Angeles, United States
      • Delhi, India — Madrid, Spain
      • Delhi, India — Vancouver, Canada
      • Doha, Qatar — Marrakech, Morocco
      • Doha, Qatar — Windhoek, Namibia
      • Hangzhou, China — San Francisco, United States
      • Jaipur, India — Singapore, Singapore
      • Las Vegas, United States — Oslo, Norway
      • London, United Kingdom — Oakland, United States
      • Manchester, United Kingdom — Madinah, Saudi Arabia
      • Manchester, United Kingdom — Plaine Magnien, Mauritius
      • Melbourne, Australia — Xiamen, China
      • Montego Bay, Jamaica — London, United Kingdom
      • Newark, United States — Lomé, Togo
      • Phuket, Thailand — Manchester, United Kingdom
      • San Francisco, United States — Xi’an, China
      • Sanford, United States — London, United Kingdom
      • Seattle, United States — Shenzhen, China
      • Seattle, United States — Xiamen, China
      • Seoul, South Korea — Warsaw, Poland
      • Stockholm, Sweden — Colombo, Sri Lanka
      • Stockholm, Sweden — Phú Quốc, Vietnam
      • Tokyo, Japan — Warsaw, Poland
      • Xiamen, China — Vancouver, Canada

      2017 (44 New Routes)

      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Conakry, Guinea
      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Chengdu, China
      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Dakar, Senegal
      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Kaduna, Nigeria
      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Oslo, Norway
      • Amsterdam, Netherlands — Cartagena, Colombia
      • Amsterdam, Netherlands — Plaine Magnien, Mauritius
      • Amsterdam, Netherlands — San Jose, Costa Rica
      • Auckland, New Zealand — Tokyo, Japan
      • Bamako, Mali — Dakar, Senegal
      • Barcelona, Spain — Oakland, United States
      • Birmingham, United Kingdom — Goa, India
      • Birmingham, United Kingdom — Phuket, Thailand
      • Chengdu, China — New York, United States
      • Chongqing, China — New York, United States
      • Colombo, Sri Lanka — Helsinki, Finland
      • Copenhagen, Denmark — Delhi, India
      • Copenhagen, Denmark — Oakland, United States
      • Copenhagen, Denmark — Phú Quốc, Vietnam
      • Denver, United States — London, United Kingdom
      • Doha, Qatar — Dublin, Ireland
      • Guangzhou, China — Mexico City, Mexico
      • Hangzhou, China — Melbourne, Australia
      • Harbin, China — Singapore, Singapore
      • Helsinki, Finland — Phú Quốc, Vietnam
      • Jeddah, Saudi Arabia — Plaine Magnien, Mauritius
      • Krabi, Thailand — London, United Kingdom
      • London, United Kingdom — Phú Quốc, Vietnam
      • London, United Kingdom — Seattle, United States
      • London, United Kingdom — Singapore, Singapore
      • London, United Kingdom — Santiago, Chile
      • Los Angeles, United States — Qingdao, China
      • Los Angeles, United States — Warsaw, Poland
      • Los Angeles, United States — Xiamen, China
      • Manchester, United Kingdom — Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
      • Melbourne, Australia — Santiago, Chile
      • Melbourne, Australia — Vancouver, Canada
      • Plaine Magnien, Mauritius — Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
      • Seoul, South Korea — Mexico City, Mexico
      • Seoul, South Korea — Monterrey, Mexico
      • Shanghai, China — Tel Aviv, Israel
      • Shanghai, China — Montreal, Canada
      • Stockholm, Sweden — Delhi, India
      • Zhengzhou, China — Melbourne, Australia

      2018 (64 New Routes)

      • Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire — Newark, United States
      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Barcelona, Spain
      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Jakarta, Indonesia
      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Moscow, Russia
      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Buenos Aires, Argentina
      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Geneva, Switzerland
      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Manchester, United Kingdom
      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Chicago, United States
      • Auckland, New Zealand — Chicago, United States
      • Austin, United States — London, United Kingdom
      • Beijing, China — Tijuana, Mexico
      • Bogota, Colombia — Munich, Germany
      • Boston, United States — Chongqing, China
      • Bristol, United Kingdom — Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
      • Brussels, Belgium — Willemstad, Netherlands Antilles
      • Brussels, Belgium — Shenzhen, China
      • Budapest, Hungary — Chicago, United States
      • Buenos Aires, Argentina — London, United Kingdom
      • Cancun, Mexico — Freeport, Bahamas
      • Cardiff, United Kingdom — Doha, Qatar
      • Casablanca, Morocco — Muscat, Oman
      • Changsha, China — London, United Kingdom
      • Chicago, United States — Venice, Italy
      • Chongqing, China — Chicago, United States
      • Chongqing, China — Seattle, United States
      • Chongqing, China — Toronto, Canada
      • Da Nang, Vietnam — Doha, Qatar
      • Delhi, India — Tel Aviv, Israel
      • Doha, Qatar — Gothenburg, Sweden
      • Doha, Qatar — Penang, Malaysia
      • Doha, Qatar — Pattaya, Thailand
      • Durban, South Africa — London, United Kingdom
      • Freeport, Bahamas — Milano, Italy
      • Guangzhou, China — Tel Aviv, Israel
      • Houston, United States — Sydney, Australia
      • Krabi, Thailand — Oslo, Norway
      • London, United Kingdom — Chicago, United States
      • London, United Kingdom — Perth, Australia
      • Los Angeles, United States — Lomé, Togo
      • Los Angeles, United States — Xi’an, China
      • Madrid, Spain — Shenzhen, China
      • Malaga, Spain — Doha, Qatar
      • Malaga, Spain — Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
      • Malaga, Spain — Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
      • Melbourne, Australia — San Francisco, United States
      • Mexico City, Mexico — Beijing, China
      • Milano, Italy — Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe
      • Milano, Italy — Yangon, Burma
      • New York, United States — Nairobi, Kenya
      • Oranjestad, Aruba — Brussels, Belgium
      • Paris, France — Chongqing, China
      • Paris, France — Fuzhou, China
      • Paris, France — Oakland, United States
      • Paris, France — Shenzhen, China
      • Rome, Italy — Oakland, United States
      • Santiago, Chile — Tel Aviv, Israel
      • Shenzhen, China — Vienna, Austria
      • Shenzhen, China — Vancouver, Canada
      • Shenzhen, China — Zurich Switzerland
      • Singapore, Singapore — Berlin, Germany
      • Singapore, Singapore — Warsaw, Poland
      • Stockholm, Sweden — Orlando, United States
      • Tianjin, China — Vancouver, Canada
      • Tokyo, Japan — Montreal, Canada

      2019 (28 New Routes)

      • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Cartago, Colombia
      • Boston, United States — Casablanca, Morocco
      • Budapest, Hungary — Shanghai, China
      • Cairo, Egypt — Washington D.C., United States
      • Cancun, Mexico — Istanbul, Turkey
      • Casablanca, Morocco — Miami, United States
      • Dallas-Fort Worth, United States — Munich, Germany
      • Delhi, India — Warsaw, Poland
      • Denpasar, Indonesia — Istanbul, Turkey
      • Doncaster Sheffield, United Kingdom — Sanford, United Stated
      • Dublin, Ireland — Shenzhen, China
      • Dublin, Ireland — Calgary, Canada
      • Geneva, Switzerland — Nairobi, Kenya
      • Guangzhou, China — Vienna, Austria
      • Iguazu Falls, Argentina — Madrid, Spain
      • Iguazu Falls, Argentina — Montevideo, Uruguay
      • Las Vegas, United States — Tel Aviv, Israel
      • London, United Kingdom — Miami, United States
      • London, United Kingdom — San Francisco, United States
      • London, United Kingdom — Pittsburgh, United States
      • Istanbul, Turkey — Mexico City, Mexico
      • Malaga, Spain — Bahrain, Bahrain
      • Miami, United States — Warsaw, Poland
      • Osaka, Japan — London, United Kingdom
      • Rio De Janeiro, Brazil — London, United Kingdom
      • Shenzhen, China — Tel Aviv, Israel
      • Tokyo, Japan — Vienna, Austria
      • Urumqi, China — Vienna, Austria

      787 Dreamliner Feature Stories

      Air Tahiti 787-9 Dreamliner

      Boeing, Air Lease Corp., Deliver First 787-9 Dreamliner for Air Tahiti Nui

      October 9, 2018 in Commercial

      Boeing, Air Lease Corp., and Air Tahiti Nui celebrated the delivery of the airline’s first 787-9 Dreamliner, via lease from ALC.

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      EVA Air 787-9 Dreamliner

      Boeing, Air Lease Corp., EVA Air Celebrate Airline’s First 787-9 Dreamliner

      October 2, 2018 in Commercial

      Boeing, Air Lease Corp., and EVA Air today celebrated the delivery of the airline’s first 787-9 Dreamliner, via lease from ALC, at Boeing’s South Carolina Delivery Center.

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      Boeing, American Airlines Sign Major Order for 47 787 Dreamliners

      Boeing, American Airlines Sign Major Order for 47 787 Dreamliners

      April 6, 2018 in Commercial

      World's largest airline to more than double its Dreamliner fleet.

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      Boeing, Turkish Airlines Finalize Deal for Up to 30 787 Dreamliners

      Boeing, Turkish Airlines Finalize Deal for Up to 30 787 Dreamliners

      March 12, 2018 in Commercial

      Boeing and Turkish Airlines announced they have finalized a firm order for 25 787-9 Dreamliners with options for five more airplanes.

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