You can now (sort of) relax over gross stories of airplane seat tray tables, and stop worrying (somewhat) about how many unwashed hands have touched that seat armrest youâ€™re sharing on your flight.
Boeing has announced that it’s moving final assembly of the 787-10 “exclusively” to North Charleston, SC, citing logistics. According to the company’s announcement: The 787-10 will be 18 feet (5.5 meters) longer than the 787-9. With 10 feet (3 meters) […]
Boeing has announced that it is in the last stages of testing and production readiness verification of a new method for building 777 using equipment it has dubbed Fuselage Automated Upright Build, or FAUB. Boeing indicates that the advanced manufacturing automation technology will […]