Several days ago, British Airways started flying on elongated dreamliners Boeing 787-9 with the first class.
This plane type has only eight first-class seats expanding into a horizontal bed. They are located according to the pattern 1+2+1. The short version of Boeing 787-8, also used by British Airways, has only the business class and economy class.
Each passenger of the first class in Boeing 787-9 gets additional space for storage of the hand luggage. In addition to standard upper shelves, the seat is fitted with a cabinet for personal belongings and additional place for clothing.
Mobile devices can be charged with a socket near the armrest. Internet access is provided by satellite communication and the onboard entertainment system is presented with screens installed into the seatbacks.
At the initial stage, British Airways will be flying in Boeing 787-9 from London to Delhi. As of November 5th, the planes will make flights to Abu Dhabi and Muscat. In December, they will enter the route in Kuala Lumpur.