British Airways to fly its first 787-10 on Atlanta route

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British Airways' Boeing 787-10 will have eight first-class seats.
British Airways' Boeing 787-10 will have eight first-class seats.

British Airways will fly its first Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner on the Atlanta-London route.

BA will take delivery of the first of 12 787-10s in January, and it will begin flying the plane sometime in February. BA expects to take six of those 787-10s, which is the largest Dreamliner variant, during the coming year.

Britain's flagship carrier is configuring its 787-10s in a four-class formation. The planes will offer an eight-seat first-class cabin. The business-class Club World cabin will have 48 seats, all with aisle access and their own suite door.

The planes will also have a 35-seat World Traveller Plus cabin, which is BA's premium economy product. The remaining 165 seats will be economy.

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