Two years is a long time in the early life of any new airliner. For Boeing’s 787, the second half of the aircraft’s almost four years of service life contrasts sharply with the first, showing a marked climb towards the reliability levels the manufacturer, and its customers, have targeted from the start. The upturn in fleet dispatch reliability has been accomplished after a difficult beginning. Following service entry in 2011, the 787 suffered more than its fair share of ...

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