The last flight test required for
certification of the Boeing 787 occurred Saturday onboard ZA102, the ninth 787
to be built. Capt. Mike Carriker, chief pilot for the 787 program, brought
ZA102 back to its homebase at Paine Field in Everett
at 1:58 p.m. following a 90-minute flight that originated in Billings, Mont.
During the flight, the 14-person crew completed simulations of a dispatch with
a failed generator and failed fuel flow indication.