In only 24 hours, line workers during Boeing’s suburban Seattle trickery put together a 787 “Dreamliner,” from nose to tail. CNBC’s Phil LeBeau reports.
Pilots from Japan’s All Nippon Airways took a controls of Boeing’s initial 787 jet Tuesday, holding off from the manufacturer’s suburban Seattle public plant and heading west to put a craft into blurb service.
The jet was delivered some-more than 3 years behind report after a aerospace hulk encountered a array of setbacks in a bid to outsource an rare volume of a planes pattern and production to outmost vendors.
CNBC’s Phil LeBeau has been following a plan for years and took a network’s camera’s into Boeing’s plant to watch a public of craft No. 41 over a 24-hour duration recently.
Check out a video above for a time-lapse video display a plane’s public from nose to tail, and watch CNBC for a prime-time special “Dreamliner: Inside a World’s Most Anticipated Airplane.”
The uncover premieres tonight during 9 p.m., 10 p.m., midnight and 1 a.m. Wednesday (all times Eastern).