Boeing is on track for 787 power-on later this month and the supply chain and technical issues that have caused the program's extensive delays largely are resolved, according to Hamilton Sundstrand, the aircraft's largest systems supplier. "Clearly the airplane is making tremendous progress," HS President David Hess told reporters this week at the company's Rockford, Ill., facility, where 787 systems are being built and tested. "It's coming together and we're confident and Boeing's confident ...

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