How do you combine two recognized industry benchmark flight-deck designs into an even safer hybrid while including novel features and margins for growth for the air traffic environment of the 2030s and beyond? That is the challenge facing Boeing as it carves out the basic flight-deck design for the 777X, using a former 787 development cab at the company’s Integrated Aircraft Systems Laboratory near Boeing Field, Seattle. The plan is to integrate the best features of the two ...


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