On May 2, engineers will begin occupying the Boeing’s enormous new 777X composite wing center (CWC) in Everett, Washington, marking a key milestone toward starting assembly of the company’s new flagship large twinjet. From May onward, the development pace for the 777X is expected to accelerate dramatically with assembly of the first preproduction composite parts starting as soon as June. Simultaneously, Boeing and its partners and suppliers are working through preliminary design ...

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