Boeing restarted 787 flight testing Sunday and Monday following a three-day suspension to inspect the Alenia Aeronautica-produced horizontal stabilizers on its five flight test aircraft. The manufacturer also is conducting testing on all its in-production Dreamliners (ATW Daily News, June 28). In what appeared to be the first major snag since launching flight testing last December, the company cited a "workmanship issue" that was "recently identified" with the ...

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