Boeing 787 American Dreamliner inside and the first routes announced (photo / video)
In January 2015, American Airlines has acquired the first Boeing 787 Dreamliner from the fleet. American Airlines became the second carrier in the United States with 787 in the fleet, sixth on the American continents and 27 globally. American Airlines has a firm order for 42 units (16 x 787-8; 26 x 787-9) and 58 of optional units.
American Airlines presented the interior of the aircraft Boeing 787 and announced the first destinations it will fly to. Boeing 787 American aircraft are configured in 3 classes: 28 seats in Business Class, 48 seats in Premium Economy and 150 seats in Economy Class.
Business Class: beds that can be made into bed - maximum size 77 inch; 16 inch touchscreen display; Wi-Fi; universal sockets; USB ports; access to Admirals Club. Sort in 1-2-1 format.
Economy and Premium Economy (Extra) classes: entertainment system implemented in the seat - 9 inch screens; Wi-Fi; USB ports and universal sockets. The extra area seats offer an additional 12.7 cm (5 inch) space.
American Airlines has also announced the first routes for Boeing 787 Dreamliner to fly. For starters, the aircraft will operate domestic flights between Dallas / Fort Worth (DFW) and Chicago (ORD), starting with 7 May. Starting with June 2, Boeing 787 will operate daily flights between Dallas / Fort Worth (DFW) and Beijing (PEK). From June 4, a Boeing 787 American aircraft will also begin to fly on the route Dallas / Fort Worth (DFW) - Buenos Aires (EZE).
(Source info: American Airlines)