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Boeing 787-8

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Seat map (36/70/113 configuration)

Boeing 787 United Airlines seating

Interior specifications

United BusinessFirst® United Economy Plus® United Economy®
Number of seats 36 70 113
Standard seat pitch 6'6" (198 cm) sleeping space 35" (88 cm) 32" (81 cm)
Standard seat recline 180° 6" (15 cm) 5" (12 cm)
Seat width 20.6" (52.3 cm) 17.3" (43.9 cm) 16.3” – 17.3" (41.4 cm – 43.9 cm)
Movable armrests All aisle seats All aisle seats (except bulkhead) All aisle seats
Entertainment Seatback on-demand and personal device entertainment (in progress) Seatback on-demand and personal device entertainment (in progress) Seatback on-demand and personal device entertainment (in progress)
Wi-Fi installation In progress In progress In progress
Power outlets Yes Yes Yes
USB ports Yes Yes Yes
Fixed bassinets 4AB, 4KL 16ABC, 16JKL, 17DEF, 27DEF -

Note: Specifications are listed as standard and may vary slightly.

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Seat Pitch: The measure of legroom that refers to the space between a point on one seat and the same point on the seat in front of it.

Seat Width: The distance between the inner sides of the armrests on a seat.

Seat Recline: The distance between a seat back in its full upright and full recline position.

Seatback on-demand entertainment

Enjoy the latest feature films or television program whenever you want. Once activated, you'll experience a high-tech on-demand entertainment system allowing you to start, stop, pause, rewind and fast-forward programming whenever you want. Intuitive and easy-to-use touch-screens control your programs.

See the features of the B787-8 aircraft equipped with Seatback On-demand Entertainment.

Aircraft specifications

Cruise Speed: 560 mph

Propulsion: Two General Electric GEnx engines.

Wingspan: 197 feet, 4 inches