United Airlines to Upgrade All Australasia Flights with Dreamliners

United Airlines will be revamping its routes to Australia and New Zealand this year, replacing all B777-200 aircraft with Boeing Dreamliners. While the B787-9 is already in use on the carrier’s Melbourne–Los Angeles service, it will soon be implemented on its Sydney–Los Angeles and Sydney–San Francisco routes starting March 27 and March 28 respectively. A similar upgrade will also apply to United’s Auckland–San Francisco flights, which will start flying the B787-8 on July 3. All of the airline’s Dreamliners offer business, premium economy, and economy cabins, with the B787-8 accommodating 219 passengers and the B787-9 accommodating 252.

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