Boeing's 787 Dream-liner assembly line in Everett began moving forward again Monday after a nearly monthlong halt.
Boeing had stopped supplier deliveries to the line last month to allow its subcontractors to catch up with work on the Dreamliner.
The latest halt was the third this year as suppliers encountered production problems. Principal among those was Italy’s Alenia, which had issues with the plane’s horizontal tail not meeting Boeing’s specifications.
Boeing is now building the 30th 787. None of the twin-engine composite-bodied planes has been delivered yet. The aircraft is still in the testing phase.