India’s national carrier, Air India, is pushing Boeing to help pare back its fuel bills by claiming compensation on its lower-than-specification Boeing 787s. The airline currently lists 13 of the aircraft in it fleet, with another 14 due for delivery over the next two years. Reports indicate Boeing has agreed that the weight of the early-model aircraft is higher than originally specified, partly as a result of production processes requiring extra strengthening in the composite ...
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