Boeing remains on track to deliver the first 787s in the latter half of the first quarter of 2008. Speaking in Sydney, Boeing VP-Marketing Randy Baseler told ATWOnline that the program is on time for a rollout in July with first flight scheduled for August. He said the company will begin final assembly of the first 787 early in the second quarter. "The schedule for the 787 is very aggressive, 6-18 months more aggressive than any other Boeing airplane, but we are progressing right on track," ...

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