Air India, Boeing and the Indian government have agreed on terms over compensation for delays to the airline’s 787, clearing the way for the long-deferred deliveries to begin officially on Sept. 7. The 787 was ordered as part of a wider deal for 68 737s, 777s and 787s announced in January 2006. The order, worth $11 billion at list prices, included 27 787-8s, the first of which was expected to be delivered in September 2008. However, hold-ups in the development of the 787 sparked a ...
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