Vietnam Airlines receives first Boing 787-10 Dreamliners

Vietnam Airlines has taken delivery of its first of eight Boing 787-10s, acquired through a lease deal with Air Lease.

Vietnam Airlines receives first Boing 787-10 Dreamliners

The aircraft, registered VN-A879, is powered by two General Electric GEnx engines and will compliment their existing fleet of 11 787-9 Dreamliners.

Configured in a two-class layout comprising of 367 seats, Vietnam Airlines now has the ability to carry 40 more passengers on international 787 Dreamliner routes.

“We are confident that the Boeing 787-10 fleet will further elevate the customer experience on the Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh route as well as many international routes,” says Pham Ngoc Minh, chairman of the board of directors of Vietnam Airlines.

No schedules for the aircraft have been announced, however with its increased capacity and solid range Vietnam Airlines has the option to upgrade or launch new routes.

With the acceptance of the largest 787 Dreamliner variant, Vietnam Airlines now provides passengers with a modern, comfortable and efficient set of aircraft to fly in.

Additionally, the Airbus A350-900s and A320neo family aircraft allow the airline to cover different market segments.

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