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Boeing 777-9X first delivery pushed back to 2021
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Boeing has pushed back first delivery of its 777-X program from mid-2020 to early 2021 due to flight-testing delays caused by ongoing engine issues and more recently, a door blowing off during stress testing. A new flight-compliant GE9X engine was delivered to Boeing in August after durability problems, discovered during testing late in northern hemisphere summer, centered on the

Boeing 777-9X on the move at Everett
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Boeing has published video showing its 777-9X moving under its own power for the first time as the buildup to flight tests later in 2019 continues.

Boeing CFO says 777-9X first flight on track for later in 2019
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Boeing chief financial officer Greg Smith says the 777-9X is still on track to begin flight tests later in 2019 despite the need for some re-testing work on the GE9X engines powering the aircraft.

Boeing presents first 777-9X at staff-only event
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Boeing staff have had a first look at the new 777-9X at an internal event at the company's Everett facility just outside Seattle in Washington State.

Boeing to present first 777X on March 13
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Boeing says it will officially unveil the first 777-9X to the world at its Everett facility just outside Seattle on March 13.

British Airways orders the Boeing 777-9X
Airlines

Boeing has won its first 777-X orders for about two years and secured a new airline customer for the type after British Airways signed for up to 42 aircraft.

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