The Boeing 787-10, the third and largest 787 variant, has gained US FAA certification, clearing the way for first delivery to Singapore Airlines during the first half of 2018. “Other aviation regulatory agencies are expected to follow the FAA’s lead and certify the airplane before it enters service,” Boeing said in a statement. An 18-ft. stretch of the 787-9, the 787-10 is designed to seat 330 passengers in typical a two-class configuration. It has 6,430 nautical miles ...

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