The fourth and final 747 Dreamlifter transport for 787 fuselage assemblies entered service Tuesday in a flight from Paine Field, next to the final assembly line in Everett, Wash., to Wichita, Kan., home of Spirit Aerosystems. Its first payload was to return tools used to transport the Section 41 nose that Spirit makes. Dreamlifters are 747-400 passenger aircraft modified by Everett Aviation Technologies Corp. in Taipei. They have two prominent features: a much larger fuselage and a ...

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