Boeing unveils first 787 Dreamliner, plans to roll out 10 a month

08/8/2011 | CNN

The first Boeing 787 Dreamliner is flight-ready and about to be delivered to All Nippon Airways after a three-year delay and going billions of dollars over its budget. Boeing is now faced with the daunting task of ramping up its construction schedule from two planes a month to 10. "It's an extraordinary challenge; no one has ever built a wide-body aircraft" at this rate," said aviation writer John Ostrower.

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