Jetstar has received no official word from Boeing on whether there will be a further delay to the 787 program, Jetstar CEO for Australia and New Zealand, David Hall, told Aviation Week today on the sidelines of an event at Singapore Changi Airport. The event was to promote Jetstar’s inaugural non-stop flight from Melbourne to Singapore. Hall says Jetstar is still hoping to receive its first 787 in mid-2012 as scheduled. If there is a further delay to the 787 program then it could lead ...
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