Air France is to open talks over its Boeing 787-9 commitments after announcing plans to scale back its long-haul fleet by 14 aircraft on Oct. 5. “Air France confirms considering changing its Boeing 787-9 order as part of its restructuring plan. The company says it will contact the manufacturer and contractors as soon as possible to agree on the terms of this modification,” an Air France spokeswoman told ATW in an e-mailed statement. The French carrier was due to take 13 787-9s ...

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