- B767-300 - 6.4
- B747-400 High J - 7.2
- A320 - 7.2
- B737-400 - 6.3
- A321 - 7.9
- B787 Dreamliner - 0.0
- A319 - 7.3
- B747-400 Mid J - 7.5
- A350 - 0.0
- B777-200 (Four class) - 7.6
- B777-200 (Three class) - 8.7
- A320 (Domestic) - 6.9
- B767-300 (European config.) - 6.1
- A318 - 9.3
- Embraer 170 - 5.5
- Embraer 190 - 7.6
- A321 (ex-Bmi) - 6.4
- B777-300ER - 7.7
- A380 - 0.0
British Airways has ordered a total of 42 Boeing 787 aircraft, the first of which was due to arrive during 2013.
The B787 Dreamliners will come in two different variations - initially the first aircraft will be the B787-8 which will seat 214 passengers.
A later model - the B787-9 - will be longer and will seat more passengers, but Boeing is not delivering these until 2014 to the first airlines to have ordered them.
BA's configuration is as follows:
In World Traveller (economy) there will be 154 seats with a 3:3:3 configuration.
In World Traveller Plus (premium economy) there will be 25 seats in a layout of 2:3:2
In Club World (business) there will be 35 seats in the new Club World triple configuration of 2:3:2
The B787 does not have First class.