British Airways announced that its first Boeing 787-10 will be delivered in 2020.
The airlines operates already the 787s -8 and -9 variants, and with the Boeing 787-10, British Airways will be the only carrier in the United Kingdom to operate all three models of the 787. The Boeing 787-10 is the largest of the three 787 variants.
BA has ordered 12 Boeing 787-10 so far. Seven other airlines have already taken delivery of the Boeing 787-10 until now.
Delivery January 2020
Executive Traveller reported that the first 787-10 would be delivered to British Airways in January 2020. This will be British Airways second model delivered from the factory, after the A350, with the new Club Suite cabin installed. The new Club world Suite cabin is also expected to be installed on a first retrofitted Boeing 777-200 at the end of this year.
New First class on 787-10?
British Airways’ new Airbus A350 aircraft are currently being delivered without a First class cabin. As the difference between the new Club World Suite and the existing First class is so small now, British Airways may introduce the new First class on the 787-10…?