The interior of this Dreamliner will soon lose its testing equipment and be outfitted with seats and other amenties, so it can be delivered to a customer.
The interior of this Dreamliner will soon lose its testing equipment and be outfitted with seats and other amenties, so it can be delivered to a customer. Molly McMillin
The interior of this Dreamliner will soon lose its testing equipment and be outfitted with seats and other amenties, so it can be delivered to a customer. Molly McMillin

Boeing displays its stretched Dreamliner, the 787-9, at air show

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