Boeing 787-9

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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
Wingspan (m) 60.2
Max Take Off Weight (lb) 560,000
Max Range (nm) 7,635 NM
Max Operation Mach No 0.9
Max Configuration 420
Typical Configuration 290
Engines 2
Engine Models GEnx1B, RR Trent 1000
Primary Operators ANA, Etihad, Virgin Atlantic