Boeing is sticking to its expectation that it will be able to announce a revised timetable for 787 certification and first delivery sometime this month, Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and CEO Jim Albaugh said Wednesday in Washington. Speaking to media in his role as chairman of the Aerospace Industries Assn., Albaugh said Boeing is in the process of getting FAA "to agree to the fixes" the company is putting in place so that certification testing can resume. The ...

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