Boeing 787-9Go back
The 787-9 is 6.1 metres longer than the 787-8, capable of transporting 280 passengers (in a standard three-class configuration) almost 7,670 nautical miles. It employs many of the avionics and interior features of the 787-8, and first entered commercial service with Air New Zealand in August 2014.
Of all current orders across the three 787 variants, almost half of them are for the 787-9, and as of Q1 2016 87 airframes have been delivered. Primary operators of the 787-9 include All Nippon Airways, Etihad, and Virgin Atlantic.
|Fuselage Length (m)||63.0|
|Tail Height (m)||17.0|
|Max Take Off Weight (lb)||560,000|
|Max Range (nm)||7,635 NM|
|Max Operation Mach No||0.9|
|Engine Models||GEnx1B, RR Trent 1000|
|Primary Operators||ANA, Etihad, Virgin Atlantic|