British Airways Welcomes First Boeing 787-10 to the Fleet

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British Airways has become the first airline in Europe (third in the world) to operate all three variants of Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

Recently the brand new Boeing 787-10 has supplemented the fleet of  30 787s (12 -8s, and 18 -9s). Still 12 Boeing 787-10 aircraft are on the order list.

The aircraft has reached the new home base with nearly half-year delay. The reasons behind the delivery push back are several, including cut 787 production rates and temporary production halt over coronavirus crisis.