The largest Boeing 787 system suppliers say they laid out aftermarket support programs years ago and are ready for aircraft operations to launch. In fact, “We’re better prepared for the 787 entry into service than I think we have been for any prior airplane,” says Brad Weyer, senior director of Boeing programs at Rockwell Collins. Weyer largely credits Rockwell Collins’ involvement in Boeing’s entry into service and flight test programs, as well as Rockwell's taking “full advantage of ...

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