Lehman Brothers said in a research note that it is "more likely the [787] program could slip by 4-6 months" than for the aircraft to be delivered to ANA on time next May and warned that the manufacturer may have to "adjust earnings downward" in the near future. Boeing again reiterated on Monday that it is "still our objective to meet that May 2008 delivery" and that it has developed an "aggressive" flight test program in order to keep the 787 program on schedule" (ATWOnline, Sept. 12). LB ...

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