It's been revealed that Dublin Airport will play host to its first Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner in May of 2019, with United Airlines announcing plans to use the new aircraft on its Dublin to Newark service.
The Irish Times reports that Dublin is one of six initial destinations, along with Barcelona, Brussels, Frankfurt, Paris and Tel Aviv, that United Airlines has earmarked for the new plane.
Cost And Seat Count
Thought to cost approximately $200 million, United Airlines was the first North American airline to order the 787-10 Dreamliner, which has been fitted with 315 seats, including 44 business class and 21 premium plus options, for its services from Dublin and the other five cities.
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