Sixth 787 flight test aircraft achieves first flight. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Boeing said its sixth 787 flight test aircraft achieved first flight Monday, operating a 1 hr. 4. min. flight from Everett's Paine Field to Boeing Field in Seattle. VP and GM-787 Program Scott Francher described the GEnx-1B-powered ZA006 as the "last flight test airplane to join our fleet." Of the other five flight test Dreamliners, four are powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 1000s and one by GEnx ...

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