100 and counting

The team at Boeing South Carolina marked a major milestone on Tuesday with the delivery of the 100th 787 to roll out of the North Charleston site. (All photos by Alan Marts.)

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Employees celebrated with representatives from American Airlines—many of them making the trip down from the airline’s Charlotte hub.

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American’s VP of Charlotte hub operations Terri Pope borrowed a quote from American Idol judge Jennifer Lopez by saying the 787 “gives me goosies.”

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Thanks to American and all of our 787 customers for helping us reach this milestone—and congratulations to everyone at Boeing South Carolina.

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Terri Pope (left), VP of Charlotte Hub Operations for American Airlines, and Beverly Wyse, VP and GM of Boeing South Carolina, trade a high 5 after cutting the ribbon on the 100th 787 from the North Charleston site.

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Comments (4)

Andrew P Boydston (Boise ID USA):

That is a beautiful American Livery as depicted on its horizontal stabilizer. American Airline has caught the Boeing Vision on a sunny day.

Thiagarajan K Rengasamy (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia):

Congratulations Boeing on the 100th 787.

Norman Garza (Long Beach, CA):

Congrats to the Boeing employees in Charleston on the progress of 100 787s delivered.

Benny:

My Uncle flies a Boeing. He is the person that stoked the fire for flying within me. I want with helicopters (don't hold it against me) and am currently training at http://www.flyhaa.com/helicopter/courses/ Flying is the most freeing and amazing thing that I have ever done! I recommend it for those who having the itch to do so!

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