Boeing has delayed the delivery of China Southern Airlines' (CZ) first 787 from December until July 2012, a knowledgeable source told ATW. CZ's order for 10 787s was placed in 2005 with deliveries originally scheduled to begin in 2008 (ATW Daily News, Sept. 1, 2005). At last year's Zhuhai Air Show, Boeing said it would deliver CZ's first 787 in December. "But Boeing keeps delaying the delivery date, which has exerted a negative impact on our flight arrangements, ...

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