Boeing’s latest 787 troubles make delivery schedule compliance even less likely
Boeing’s 787 program is facing more pressure on its flight-test schedule after the temporary grounding of the test fleet and with deliveries for several early customers delayed yet again. The manufacturer plans to keep its 787 test fleet grounded for the time being as it continues to “better understand the cause of the incident” on the test aircraft that was forced to make an emergency landing in Laredo, Texas, on Nov. 9 after an electrical fire. The aircraft was flying from Yuma, Ariz., ...
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