Boeing’s Path To KC-46A First Flight Is Aggressive

Credit: John D. Parker
U.S. Air Force officials are still hoping for first flight of the new KC-46A refueler by the end of September. But Boeing’s wiring problems on the commercial derivative platform housing the tanker have made an already-complex list of must-do activities on the critical path to production even more...

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