Capt. Randy Neville, left, a Boeing 787 test pilot, looks out the cockpit window as his Boeing 787 Dreamliner jumbo passenger jet taxis on the tarmac at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, Friday, March 9, 2012, in Phoenix. Phoenix area Honeywell Aerospace workers were able to get a peek at the new plane that the company supplied a dozen systems for, including flight management, navigation and communications. The 787 uses lighter carbon fiber for half its construction and is much more fuel-efficient than older planes. Boeing has been sending its "Dream Tour" airplane to airports around the world since late last year. The jet's cabin features larger dimmable windows, bigger overhead bins and dynamic LED lighting.(AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

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Capt. Randy Neville, left, a Boeing 787 test pilot, looks out the cockpit window as his Boeing 787 Dreamliner jumbo passenger jet taxis on the tarmac at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, Friday, March 9, 2012, in Phoenix.  Phoenix area Honeywell Aerospace workers were able to get a peek at the new plane that the company supplied a dozen systems for, including flight management, navigation and communications.  The 787 uses lighter carbon fiber for half its construction and is much more fuel-efficient than older planes.  Boeing has been sending its "Dream Tour" airplane to airports around the world since late last year. The jet's cabin features larger dimmable windows, bigger overhead bins and dynamic LED lighting.(AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
Capt. Randy Neville, left, a Boeing 787 test pilot, looks out the cockpit window as his Boeing 787 Dreamliner jumbo passenger jet taxis on the tarmac at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, Friday, March 9, 2012, in Phoenix. Phoenix area Honeywell Aerospace workers were able to get a peek at the new plane that the company supplied a dozen systems for, including flight management, navigation and communications. The 787 uses lighter carbon fiber for half its construction and is much more fuel-efficient than older planes. Boeing has been sending its "Dream Tour" airplane to airports around the world since late last year. The jet's cabin features larger dimmable windows, bigger overhead bins and dynamic LED lighting.(AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
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