Boeing 787 launch customer All Nippon Airways expects that despite a history of manufacturer delays, this time its first 787 delivery will arrive as planned. The latest target window for first delivery is August-September, and ANA CEO Shinichiro Ito tells Aviation Week he is confident this will be achieved. The carrier has previously said that its fleet contingency plans cannot cover delivery delays past the first quarter of 2012. ANA is expected to receive a total of 14 787s before ...

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