Boeing will begin construction in the second half of 2014 on a new paint facility on its main campus in North Charleston, South Carolina. The company said it expects to begin painting fully assembled 787 Dreamliners in South Carolina in mid-2016. The approximately 230,000 sq-ft facility will be used to apply customer liveries to Boeing South Carolina (BSC)-built 787s. Today, all BSC-built 787s are flown to Fort Worth, Texas, for final paint and then flown back to South Carolina for customer ...

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