Boeing has started final assembly of the first 787-10, the third and largest variant of the 787, at its manufacturing facility in North Charleston, South Carolina. “The first 787-10 will cycle through Boeing South Carolina’s final assembly facility as all major sections are joined, interior and exterior components completed, power turned on and production tests begin,” Boeing said in a statement. Final assembly of 787-10s will occur exclusively in South ...

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