Boeing Dreamliner to make international debut at Farnborough Airshow

06/24/2010 | Air Transport World

Boeing will fly its 787 Dreamliner outside the U.S. for the first time in order to make an appearance at next month's Farnborough Airshow, Air Transport World reports. With five test aircraft currently flying, Boeing has logged more than 1,050 hours of flight time for the 787, putting it 40% of the way through its requirements for certification.

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