Boeing is planning for first flight of its 767-2C – upon which the U.S. Air Force’s new KC-46 tanker will be based – by year’s end, six months late. The delay is due to a poor design by Boeing for the wiring bundles needed for the aircraft. The original design lacked required safe separation for...
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