United Airlines' first Boeing 787-10 has entered revenue service, making the Chicago-based carrier the first to operate all three variants in the 787 family.
The airline debuted the 787-10 on service from Los Angeles to Newark today.
United currently has 40 787s in its fleet, comprising 12 787-8s, 25 787-9s and three 787-10s, Flight Fleets Analyzer shows. It has another 13 787-9s and 11 787-10s on order.
The Star Alliance carrier says its second 787-10 will enter service in February on its route between San Francisco and Newark. International flights with the 787-10 will begin in March, with service from Newark to Frankfurt and Tel Aviv initially.
United's 787-10 seats 318 passengers in three classes.
Besides United, only two other carriers hold orders for all three variants of the 787 family, Fleets Analyzer shows: All Nippon Airways and British Airways.