Qatar Airways yesterday flew its first Boeing 787 to Doha, following the previous day’s ceremonial handover of the aircraft in Seattle. Two other 787s have been delivered, but these are at Boeing’s Victorville, Calif., facility for work on their inflight entertainment systems. The timing of these initial deliveries was in question until recently. In early October, CEO Akhbar Al Baker threatened that Qatar would further delay formal acceptance of his airline’s first 787 ...
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