Ground was broken today in North Charleston, S.C., on Boeing’s new 787 second assembly line, which will comprise six buildings including a 610,000-square-foot final assembly building. Charleston will initially produce the standard 787-8, but Marco Cavazonni, VP and general manager of final assembly and delivery, Boeing Charleston, would not speak to the possibility of future production of the stretched -9, the short-range -3, the double stretched -10 or any other aircraft here. Another ...
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