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October 1, 2011

Photos: The Boeing 787 Dreamliner Assembly Line

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Written by: Brandon Farris
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The delivery of Boeing’s first 787 to launch carrier ANA was surrounded by a number of special events, including a rare cameras-allowed tour of the 787 assembly line in Everett, Wash. Here are some closeups from the factory, including the first 787 for United Airlines, the Dreamliner’s U.S. launch carrier.

Air India 787 fitted with GE GEnx engines. (Photo by Brandon Farris)

Air India 787 fitted with GE GEnx engines. (Photo by Brandon Farris)
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