Boeing has told several of its early 787 customers about delivery delays of up to 10 months, industry sources tell AVIATION WEEK. According to people familiar with the situation, Korean Air is, so far, the airline that is hardest hit: Korean will get its first 787 in August 2012, 10 months later than previously planned. Air India now is believed to be scheduled to receive its first 787 in September or October 2011 instead of April, a delay of around five months. Japan Airlines will take ...
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