Call me paranoid but it does seem that way. Boeing is flying quite a few test flights some within a day of the previous flight so that they can try and deliver them by October 31st.
Lastly, Matt Cawby tweeted that ZB001 (LN 133, N789FT) has its registration sticker attached thus indicating that first flight of this aircraft is imminent. I am guessing that it may take place by the end of this week.
787-9 ZB002 now has registration N789FT
— Paine Airport (@mattcawby) October 29, 2013
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