Boeing has selected Everett, Wash., as the location to build a new composite wing center for the 777X program. The move comes after Boeing union workers in Washington state narrowly approved a labor contract extension in January to 2024 that the manufacturer had cited as necessary for keeping 777X production at Boeing Commercial Airplanes’ facilities in the Seattle area. The new composite wing center will be located north of Boeing’s existing Everett factory. “Locating the ...

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