A Boeing official said yesterday that the manufacturer has had "serious" talks with Emirates and "11 or 12 other" airlines regarding the 787-10, the not-yet-launched stretch version of its next-generation aircraft that would seat more than 300 passengers. VP-Marketing-Commercial Airplanes Randy Baseler told reporters during a briefing in Washington that Boeing will launch the dash 10 when a carrier is ready to place an order, which could be forthcoming. "If an airline wants to buy one, we'll ...

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