Boeing has completed the 787-10’s detailed design, paving the way for assembly to begin on the largest aircraft in the Dreamliner family in 2016. The milestone, which Boeing said was achieved nearly two weeks ahead of schedule, “means the information needed to build parts and tools for assembly has been completed and released for fabrication or procurement,” according to the manufacturer. The 787-10, which will be 18 ft. (5.5 m) longer than the 787-9, is expected to ...

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