A cargo door on a Boeing 777-9X static test aircraft separated from the fuselage during a high-pressure test as part of the aircraft certification program, media reports say.
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Boeing chief executive Dennis Muilenburg says first flight of the 777-X has been pushed back to early 2020 due to issues with the aircraft’s engines.
Boeing has postponed the public unveiling of its 777-X widebody aircraft in response to the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX 8.
Boeing has released new pictures and video from its 777-X program. Flight tests were due to begin in 2019, with first delivery due in 2020.
Boeing says it will officially unveil the first 777-9X to the world at its Everett facility just outside Seattle on March 13.