Boeing is moving all of its 787 production to an existing facility in Charleston, SC. With the wuflu virus slowdown, they claim they claim they don't need two lines. Of course SC is a "right to work" state, so perhaps that had some bearing on the decision. Or maybe they can see the writing on the wall, vis a vis socialism, employee cost of living, and ever increasing taxes in the once great state of Washington. A lot of the air industry has moved to the south. The 767 and 747 will still be made at the Everett plant. With about 30,000 employees at the Washington facility (70,000 total in Wash.) and 7000 in charleston, they have not announced how many employees will be relocated.