Boeing rolls out first 787 at increased production rate

June 2013
Air Transport World;Jun2013, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p15
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The article reports on the first 787 program to be built by the Boeing Co. at the increased production rate of seven aircraft every month to achieve a projected 10 per month rate.


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