A week before the Farnborough International Airshow, Boeing officials are not saying whether they will break a 28-year-old rule and fly a 787 during the week-long biennial exhibition. The 787 debuted at the last Farnborough outing in 2010 and was at the Paris air show last year, but at both events it was in a static display. This year could be different. In May, Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker revealed that one of his first 787-8s would fly at the event. It is widely anticipated that ...

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