The Boeing 787 Dreamliner, whose ultra-long-range and great fuel economy have made it a favorite of a number of airlines in Europe-to-Asia and U.S.-to-Asia flights will be showing up on more trans-Atlantic routes soon, as both British Airways and KLM add it to new routes.
KLM is adding a twice-weekly flight between Amsterdam and San Francisco, using a 787-9. That will be in addition to the existing daily service with a 747. In October, at the end of summer season, the 787 flight will become daily and the 747 will be re-assigned.
California will also be the destination for a new British Airways flight, sending a 787 on a daily non-stop to Silicon Valley's San Jose airport, adding to its A380 service to San Francisco. London is the most requested destination from San Jose.