Boeing Friday broke ground on a second 787 final assembly line site in North Charleston, S.C. The company last month announced that it would place a second 787 FAL in North Charleston rather than near Seattle (ATWOnline, Oct. 29). It is expected to be completed by mid-2011 and is being built with the capacity to support production of three Dreamliners per month. The FAL is expected to add about 1,000 jobs to the Boeing Charleston facility, which will have the capability to support the ...

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