Boeing is confident assembly of wings for the initial batch of ground and flight test 777Xs will be completed on schedule from this summer onward, despite delays and production challenges associated with the new aircraft’s all-composite wing. In February, Boeing first revealed it was encountering issues with aspects of assembling the 777X wing, the first large-scale commercial composite wing it has built in-house. However, with assembly of the wings for the third 777X flight test ...

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