Boeing yesterday admitted that its plan to overcome production delays in time to deliver the first 787 to ANA on schedule next May was too ambitious, and delivery now will take place in late November or early December 2008. First flight of the Dreamliner has been pushed back to the end of the 2008 first quarter from last month's plan to fly the airplane in late November or early December, which itself represented a delay over previous plans to make the first flight in September (ATWOnline, ...

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