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Boeing Debuts Interior Of New 787

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Kent Craver, Boeing Co.'s regional director of passenger satisfaction and revenue, talks about the overhead compartments and dimming windows featured in the new 787 jet at Boeing's manufacturing facility in Everett, Washington, U.S., on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2010. Boeing Co. is poised to fly the first 787 Dreamliner fitted with passenger seats, mood lights, arches and dimming windows that have been one of the jet's biggest selling points, even after more than two years of delays. Photographer: Kevin P. Casey/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Kent Craver, Boeing Co.'s regional director of passenger satisfaction and revenue, talks about the overhead compartments and dimming windows featured in the new 787 jet at Boeing's manufacturing facility in Everett, Washington, U.S., on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2010. Boeing Co. is poised to fly the first 787 Dreamliner fitted with passenger seats, mood lights, arches and dimming windows that have been one of the jet's biggest selling points, even after more than two years of delays. Photographer: Kevin P. Casey/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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