Boeing yesterday conceded that delivery of the first 787 to launch customer ANA could slip into 2011. In widely reported comments, 787 Program VP and GM Scott Fancher said that while the company is still planning to deliver the aircraft in the fourth quarter, the margin in the Dreamliner's flight test program schedule has been "pushed." According to several media reports, Fancher said that nothing during flight testing has diminished Boeing's confidence in the ...

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