Any doubts about the scale of changes in Boeing’s 777X derivative or its commitment to the new long-haul flagship are dispelled by a visit to the giant construction site in Everett, Washington, where the aircraft’s composite wing will be built. Construction of building the sprawling $1 billion composite wing center (CWC) and the nearby advanced fuselage assembly facility extension for the 777/777X marks one of the largest single expansion phases for the site since the mid-1960s, ...

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