United Airlines has announced that it will run its latest Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner on six transatlantic routes from its New York / Newark hub, starting in March.
United was the first North American airline to receive 787-10, and is also the first airline in the world to have the whole family Boeing's 787-8, 787-9 and 787-10 Dreamliners in its fleet.
The Uniteds 787-10 has 44 United Polaris business classrooms, 21 United Premium Plus seats, 54 Economy Plus seats and 199 standard economic seats.
Tickets will be purchased on December 3, for trips starting March 30th.
"United is proud to offer more locations 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 Vice President of International Network.
"We are proud to announce six international cities that will be served with this aircraft and we look forward to offering our customers all the amenities and services of our most advanced aircraft."
Offering more service than any other American airline from New York to Germany and Israel, United currently offers daily non-stop services to Frankfurt and twice daily non-stop services to Tel Aviv.
The carrier also operates daily service from New York / Newark to Barcelona, Brussels, Dublin and Paris.
The Boeing 787-10 is 18 meters longer than 787-9 and can carry more passengers and more cargo.
The -10 aircraft can fly up to 6,430 nautical miles, while they use 20 percent less fuel than older generation aircraft.
United currently operates 25 787-9 and 12 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft.
The airline expects to deliver 14 787-10 aircraft over the next two years.