Aviation experts feel the bumpy launch of United Airlines' (UAL) fleet of 787s won't affect the...
Aviation experts feel the bumpy launch of United Airlines' (UAL) fleet of 787s won't affect the carrier's operations over the long haul. They note mechanical problems for new planes in service aren't uncommon and the 787 is catching more scrutiny than normal due to its high-profile history.
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