The Boeing 787-10 is a mid-size, dual aisle, twin engine jet manufactured by Boeing, the American aerospace company. The aircraft is 25% more fuel efficient than similar sized commercial jets it is designed to replace, and to date, is Boeing's most fuel efficient aircraft.
Composite materials make up 50 percent of the primary structure, including the fuselage and wing. The engine nacelles are made of serrated edges that reduce the noise levels both outside and inside the cabin, by up to 60%. The aircraft also features a raked wingtip to further improve the fuel efficiency.
The windows are over 30% larger than those on most similarly sized aircraft and the brightness can be adjusted at the touch of a button.
The Boeing 787-10 is the largest aircraft within the 787 family with the longest body.
|Number in Fleet||Currently rolling out across the fleet (12 by the end of 2024)|
|Length||68m (223.097 feet)|
|Wingspan||60m (197 feet)|
|Height||16.9m (55.77 feet)|
|Engines||2× Rolls Royce Trent 1000|
|Maximum Speed||954km/h (593mph, Mach 0.89)|
|Range||11,730km (6330nm/7284 miles)|
As of May 2022, over 1000 Boeing 787s have been delivered worldwide.