Boeing is really on a roll in terms of getting 787s outthe door and prepared for delivery. Tonight ZA536 (LN 68) will pushed out the door and parked on the 40-51 ramp to finish off minor assembly tasks before moving on to the paint hangar and then on to pre-flight. This airplane will be the first one for LAN. I'm not sure if the other airframes on the apron will be moved to make room for the third airplane. Additionally, ZA262 (LN 49) for Ethiopian was moved from the Everett Modification Center to the Fuel Dock. I suspect it will go through paint and fueling tests before moving out to flightline for pre-flight in the next couple of weeks. Word is that we should see the first flight of Qatar's first 787, ZA461 (LN 59, A7-BCB) this Sunday but that is the rumor for now and nothing concrete as of yet. Lastly, United Airlines confirmed that it will be receiving its first 787 in September. More than likely this will be ZA288 (LN 53, N27904). This aircraft is still in the EMC being prepared for delivery but recently had its GEnx engines attached.