Boeing 787 orders on the rise

The next airline to add the Boeing (BA) 787 to its fleet will be Norwegian Air, which is attempting to expand its international services. The airline is looking to buy more than 20 787-9 Dreamliners, for delivery after 2018.

Boeing's passenger jet deliveries rose by more than 7% in the second quarter. The plane-maker delivered 30 787s - approximately double the amount of Dreamliners it delivered a year ago.

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    Norwegian Air has three 787-8 in service and three more 787-8 on orders


    Norwegian Air halts talks to buy Dreamliners


    Norwegian Air Shuttle say the Boeing Co. engineers lacked the expertise needed to diagnose a fault on a 787 Dreamliner, causing them to short-circuit the marquee plane and leave its passengers stranded, operator Norwegian Air Shuttle (NAS) ASA said.



    Boeing told investor its would build 10 787 a month in 2003 and Boeingnow have U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission complaint and Class Action Lawsuit


    6 Jul 2014, 04:56 PM Reply Like
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