The TUI 787 Dreamliner carries 291 passengers. Premium Club will seat 47 in a 2-3-2 configuration, each with a 38” pitch, and Economy Club will seat 244 in a 3-3-3 configuration, each with an industry leading 33” or 34” pitch.
TUI Airways will take delivery of eight Boeing 787 Dreamliners in total. TUI Airways will operate the Dreamliner from Manchester, East Midlands, Stanstead, Glasgow, Doncaster, London Gatwick, Bristol and Birmingham
The TUI Dreamliner will speed along at around 600mph. It has a range of 8000 miles meaning it could fly from London to New York and back Non Stop. The Dreamliner is also 20% more fuel efficient than similar sized planes and creates 60% less noise.
Among the Dreamliner’s features is its state of the art mood lighting, to recreate the sunrise and sunset of the customer’s destination. Also featured within the Thomson Dreamliner are, wider seats and higher humidity levels in the cabin designed, to reduce the effects of jet lag.
Regardless of cabin class (economy or club class), all long-haul flights with TUI will include meals and soft drinks, hot drinks, and some alcoholic drinks (except Champagne) are free of charge. TUI Premium Club passengers enjoy a four-course dinner, while economy class passengers enjoy a three-course meal
The TUI Dreamliner has engines so powerful they could power two million iPods at the same time
TUI Airways, was the first in the UK to fly the new state of the art Boeing 787 Dreamliner as part of its fleet in 2013.
13 TUI Dreamliner will join the TUI Travel fleet with airlines TUIfly Nordic, Arkefly and Jetairfly also taking delivery of this new aircraft.
What’s so special about the TUI Dreamliner?
•The Dreamliner will offer TUI Travel customers a more enjoyable in-flight experience.
•Customers will enjoy industry-leading seat pitch in Economy Club seats, with 33” or 34” of legroom and Premium Club seat pitch of 38” gives customers even more space to relax.
•The Dreamliner will give TUI and First Choice customers more room within the cabin, even at its lowest point, there is more than 6 ft of headroom.
•The windows on the Dreamliner are 30% larger than the size of normal aircraft windows, this will mean customers get a great view no matter where they are sitting.
•State of the art mood lighting mimics dawn and dusk, meaning customers’ bodies are more in tune with the time of day at their destination