Boeing plans to conduct the first flight of the 787-10, the third and largest Dreamliner variant, on March 31 from North Charleston, South Carolina. Boeing rolled out the first 787-10 from its plant in North Charleston, the exclusive site for 787-10 final assembly, in a Feb. 17 ceremony attended by US President Donald Trump. A media advisory sent to reporters indicates the 787-10 will take off at approximately 10 a.m. local time March 31 and fly for about 4 hr. and 30 min. The aircraft ...

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