Boeing has decided to conduct final assembly of the 787-10 exclusively in North Charleston, South Carolina. Boeing builds 787-8s and 787-9s, the first two variants of the Dreamliner that are in service, at both its facilities in Everett, Washington and South Carolina and will continue to do so. Final assembly of the first 787-10, which will be 18 ft. (5.5 m) longer than the 787-9, is scheduled for 2017 in North Charleston. “We looked at all our options and found the most efficient and ...

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