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The best-selling model of the 787 series is now at your fingertips with the powerful Microsoft Flight Simulator. Immerse yourself in an unmatched virtual aviation experience with the B787-9, the crown jewel of modern airliners.

The B787-9 has captivated airlines worldwide with its remarkable features. Its advanced aerodynamics, extensive use of composite materials, and fuel-efficient engines make it a standout in the aviation industry. These innovations contribute to exceptional range and performance, allowing it to cover long distances with unmatched efficiency. The spacious cabin, designed for passenger comfort, combined with state-of-the-art avionics, has made the B787-9 a favorite among pilots and passengers alike.

Operated by leading airlines across the globe, the B787-9 flies prestigious routes spanning continents. Major carriers like American Airlines, British Airways, and All Nippon Airways rely on this versatile aircraft for their long-haul flights, ensuring reliability and comfort for their passengers. Whether it's crossing the Atlantic or Pacific, the B787-9 is the preferred choice for many top-tier airlines, making it a staple in the fleets of aviation leaders.


  • Highly detailed model that captures every inch of the 787-9
  • Custom EFB
  • SIMBRIEF integration
  • Custom flight model
  • High-resolution textures
  • Detailed liveries included
  • Realistic external lights enhance the realism of the experience

32 Liveries included:

  • Air Canada
  • Air Europa
  • Air France
  • Air New Zealand
  • All Nippon Airways
  • American Airlines
  • Austrian
  • British Airways
  • China Southern
  • El Al
  • Etihad Airways
  • Gulf Air
  • Japan Airlines
  • KLM
  • Korean Air
  • LOT
  • Lufthansa
  • Norse
  • Norwegian Long Haul
  • Qatar
  • Qantas
  • Riyadh Air
  • Scoot
  • Thai Airways
  • TUI
  • Turkish Airlines
  • United Airlines
  • Vietnam Airlines
  • Virgin Atlantic Airways
  • Vistara
  • Westjet

Welcome onboard, Captain. Have great flights!

The 787-9 is a long-distance, wide-body, twinjet airliner manufactured by American aviation producer Boeing. The airframe is the second in the Dreamliner series to be released, and it is a stretched variant of the original model in the line, the 787-8. The 787-9 took its maiden flight on September 17, 2013 and it was introduced on July 8, 2014. It can carry up to 420 passengers, although it typically seats 290, and it is crewed by two.

The 787-9 features carbon fiber composite construction throughout, a hallmark of the Dreamliner family that marked a first in aviation. It also uses advanced avionics and flight control systems, providing pilots optimal situational awareness and precision flight coordination. Its wing is a state-of-the-art design comprising raked tips to maximize efficiency through the reduction of drag. It also has a sound suppression system with noise-reducing engine nacelles.

The 787-9 stands 55 feet, 10 inches tall, measures 206 feet, 1 inch in length, and has a wingspan of 197 feet, 3 inches. Thrust is provided by two high-bypass turbofan engines, either the General Electric GEnx-1B or the Rolls-Royce Trent 1000. It has a range of 8,786 miles, cruises at 562 miles per hour, and has a top speed of 594 mph.

The Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner is one of the boldest statements of technological prowess in the history of aviation. Engineers combined the latest and greatest to create this machine, and the fusion of avionics, power, and aerodynamics gives pilots an experience like no other aircraft.