With reservations now open for United’s forthcoming B787 service between Denver and Tokyo, the carrier has published a seat plan for the aircraft, which features Business First, Economy Plus and economy seating.
United announced it will launch Dreamliner services between Denver and Tokyo at the end of March 2013 (see online news May 23), and tickets can now be purchased for these flights.
The carrier has yet to upload its Dreamliner seat plan in to the main fleet section of its website, but the layout is visible when going through the booking process, as can be seen below.
The aircraft features six rows of Business First seating in a 2-2-2 layout, with all seats facing forwards. Seats A and B are angled towards the left of the cabin, and seats D, E, K and L are all angled towards the right.
Behind Business First there are 63 Economy Plus seats (rows 16-22, and also row 27) in a 3-3-3 layout and featuring “up to five inches of extra legroom” compared to economy. The 120 economy seats, again configured 3-3-3, are located in rows 23-25, and 28-38.
Business Traveller‘s sister website seatplans.com is in the process of updating the United Airlines B787 Dreamliner page with the new seat plan and further details.
For more information visit united.com.
Report by Mark Caswell