Los Angeles—Boeing is preparing the first 787-10 for the start of a roughly yearlong flight test and certification campaign. Unveiled Feb. 17 at Boeing’s North Charleston, South Carolina, plant—with U.S. President Donald Trump in attendance—the initial aircraft is one of three test aircraft that will be involved in the program. The first aircraft, ZC001, is expected to make its maiden flight in March and, following initial checkout sorties for basic handling and ...

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