Despite frequent technical issues, Air India has no plans to ground its Boeing 787 fleet, but may seek compensation from the airframer for the financial loss suffered by the national carrier due to these glitches. On a day when Boeing delivered its thirteenth 787 aircraft, Air India Chairman and Managing Director Rohit Nandan said, “We have no such plans as of today to ground the 787s. It is for the regulators to take a view on the matter but we are quite satisfied with the quality of ...
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