Fuel-Burn Results Signal Potential For 787 Improvement

Credit: Joe Walker
General Electric hopes better-than-predicted test performance of the upgraded engine for the Boeing 787 on its flying testbed will result in meeting—or exceeding—initial fuel-burn goals when flights on the twinjet begin, possibly by early July. The true benefit of the first performance improvement...

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