Another production delay apparently has hit Boeing’s troubled 787 program, and at least one customer, United Continental Holdings, is paring back its delivery schedule for 2012 to account for the issue. Last month, United Continental detailed a plan that added six Boeing 787-8s and 19 737-900ERs to its fleet in 2012, but on Wednesday the plan had shrunk to 19 737s and just five 787s. United Continental is not offering any explanation for the revision, and a Boeing spokesperson could not ...
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