Boeing’s selection of Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings to fly the four-airplane large cargo freighter (LCF) fleet, which hauls wing and fuselage sections of the 787, has prompted a “bad faith” and breach of contract lawsuit by Evergreen International Airlines, an Atlas Air competitor (AW&ST March 15, p. 13). Evergreen had two roles in the LCF program: It tripled the volume of four 747-400s in an extensive modification program to be able to haul 787 wing and fuselage assemblies, and it ...

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