Boeing moved a 787 designated for fatigue testing from the final assembly line in Everett, Wash., to another production bay at the facility to complete assembly and start fatigue test preparation. Another 787 already is undergoing structural testing. The move paves the way for the second flight-test airplane to advance to the next position in the production line. The first 787, which achieved full power-on last week, is to be moved from the production hall by July 1 to allow final assembly ...

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