Latest timetable revision compounds planning problems for 787 customers
With airlines bracing for yet another slip in Boeing’s 787 delivery schedule, some of the program’s key customers are considering how much longer they can reshuffle their current fleets and what the damage will be to their long-term plans. Boeing has yet to tell airlines how many months the latest delay will be after problems during flight-testing forced a timetable review. For every customer, the pain threshold is a little different. They can cope in the short term, but eventually the ...
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