With each new family arrival, there’s celebration, excitement and speculation. It’s really no different with an aircraft. The first Boeing 787-10 was rolled out in February in Charleston, South Carolina, in ceremonies attended by the US President. The longest and highest seat-capacity version of the Dreamliner trio took its first, five-hour flight at the end of March after a photo shoot in front of thousands of Boeing employees and guests. Excitement has been maintained as two ...

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