Air France gets its tenth and last Boeing 787-9

Air France has received its tenth Boeing 787-9. The aircraft, registration F-HRBJ, is the tenth and last to join the Air France fleet.

The airline received its first 787 in December 2016. It was the 500th 787 to come off Boeing’s production lines.

Partner airline KLM currently has 13 787-9s and 4 787-10s.

The forthcoming deliveries of new-generation aircraft will concern the A350s on the long-haul network followed by the A220s on the short and medium-haul network.

With this new-generation aircraft, Air France is continuing to modernize and renew its fleet with more modern, more efficient and more environmentally-friendly aircraft.

In May 2020 Air France announced it was retiring its entire Airbus A380 fleet immediately.

The Air France Fleet at 31 December 2019 was over 200 strong. Currently about 150 are operating.

  • 18 Airbus A318
  • 33 Airbus A319
  • 44 Airbus A320
  • 20 Airbus A321
  • 15 Airbus A330
  • 4 Airbus A340
  • 3 Airbus A350
  • 10 Airbus A380
  • 68 Boeing 777
  • 9 Boeing 787
  • 1 ATR42
  • 3 ATR 72
  • 11 Bombardier CRJ 700
  • 14 Bombardier CRJ 1000
  • 17 Embraer 145
  • 15 Embraer 170
  • 15 Embraer 190

N.B. Image credit: Air France

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