Boeing video shows debut of 1st 787-9 made in North Charleston

The first South Carolina-made 787-9 is for United Airlines.

Boeing Co. has released a short video on YouTube that documents the night-time rollout of its first South Carolina-made 787-9.

The plane, which is being built for United Airlines, is shown emerging from a hangar at the Boeing campus at Charleston International Airport on Monday with the carrier’s logo on the tail section.

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The “Dash 9” version of the Dreamliner is longer and can seat more passengers than the original 787-8. Boeing assembles the jet in North Charleston and in Everett, Wash.

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