Boeing yesterday released details of its revised 787 program schedule, as well as data concerning the program's progress, in conjunction with the announcement that the aircraft's first flight will be delayed until the 2008 fourth quarter (see story above). Pat Shanahan, 787 VP and program manager, said, "The work that remains to be done on the first airplane is well defined and we can see our way to, and have confidence in, the new milestones we have set for it." To reduce the impact on ...

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