Boeing South Carolina’s 100th 787 Dreamliner rolls out of the factory

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2015/12/21 | 44 words | AVIATION WORLD NEWS | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY
Boeing South Carolina’s 100th 787 Dreamliner rolls out of the factory © Boeing

Boeing South Carolina marked a major milestone this week as the site’s 100th 787 Dreamliner rolled out of the factory.

The airplane now begins system checks, fueling and engine runs on the flight line. The 787-8 will be delivered to American Airlines next year.

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