Boeing plans to roll out the first 787-10, the third and largest variant of the 787, Feb. 17 at its manufacturing facility in North Charleston, South Carolina. Boeing started final assembly on the first 787-10 in December 2016. The 787-10, which Boeing has said will have 95% commonality with the 787-9, will be 18 ft. (5.5 m) longer than the 787-9. First deliveries are scheduled for 2018 to Singapore Airlines and United Airlines. The 787-10’s first flight, to be powered by ...

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