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.

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.

Click here to see the video.