It often seems that the most common caption is "...was scheduled for a B-1 flight today, but only taxi tests were conducted," or words to that effect. Is there some regular, common defect that can apparently be detected only during taxi tests? Perhaps it is a simple scheduling or terminology bloop? At times it appears that only a tiny fraction of scheduled "B-1 flights" involve flying.
Is that Lufthansa behind Air New Zealand's 787-9 line 1500?
Yes, out of the paint hangar on May 5http://paineairport.com/kpae10374.htm
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