We hit you with the exterior shots of the United Boeing 787 Dreamliner, and now we've got a bunch of images of the inside of the first US-based 787 airplane. We've got images of the cockpit, BusinessFirst class, Economy Plus, Economy, and even the meals and lavatories. Head on over to our United 787 Dreamliner interior gallery to get a look at how the company outfitted its new aircraft. Those multi-course meals look delish, no?
Yesterday we were given the opportunity to check out the first US-based Boeing 787 Dreamliner, purchased by United Airlines. We'll be giving you our full thoughts on the aircraft, but in the meantime, we put together a bunch of images showing off the plane. This one highlights the United 787 Dreamliner exterior. Being that this aircraft just rolled out from the factory, it looks fantastic and pristine. Stay tuned for a separate gallery of the interior of the plane, as well as our thoughts on the experience.
We're gonna be spending the morning checking out United's Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, and we want to answer any questions that you have about the aircraft. United Airlines is the first US-based airline to purchase one of the new 787 Dreamliner airplanes, and we'll be getting a full tour at Paine Field, shooting pictures and videos along the way. Anything you wanna know? Be sure to leave your questions in the comments (or hit us on Twitter) and we'll be sure to get answers for you.
EDIT: And here you go:
- United Boeing 787 Dreamliner Exterior
- United Boeing 787 Dreamliner Interior
- United Boeing 787 Dreamliner hands-on tour
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