Boeing has started telling its customers to expect serious delivery delays for the Boeing 787 as far out as this summer. Norwegian Air Shuttle on Friday confirmed that it has been alerted by Boeing that delivery of its first two aircraft, previously scheduled for April and June, could be affected. The company stated that Boeing has not announced a new delivery date or given written confirmation of a potential delay. The customer warning is only the latest sign that Boeing now ...
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