Boeing will conduct daily flying displays with a 787 at the Paris Air Show starting June 17. The manufacturer said another 787 belonging to Qatar Airways will be on static display throughout the show. The Dreamliner has been returning to service since late April following an FAA-mandated grounding imposed Jan. 16 that lasted more than three months, and Boeing is eager to promote the 787’s return to the skies. Boeing Commercial Airplanes president and CEO Ray Conner will brief ...

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