British Airways has received delivery of its first Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner.
The -10 joins the 12 and 18 strong fleets of Boeing 787-8 and -9 fleets respectively,
that the airline already has in service.
This makes British Airways the third airline in the world and the first in Europe to operate
all three variants of Boeing’s Dreamliner family after United and ANA.
The aircraft, registered G-ZBLA, departed Boeing’s Charleston plant in South Carolina
and landed at London Heathrow Airport on Sunday, 28th June. It marks the first of
12 787-10 aircraft that the UK’s largest airline has on order which, once fulfilled,
will bring the operator’s Dreamliner fleet to a total of 42 aircraft.