In its final stage of completion, a 787-8 nears the factory doors this month at the Everett plant. The largest Dreamliner, the 787-10, will be built exclusively at the North Charleston, S.C., plant, Boeing announced. That will allow Boeing to bring the North Charleston assembly site to the same 787 production rate as the Everett plant by the end of the decade.
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