Boeing has agreed to base a team of 787 Dreamliner technicians in Oslo following a troubleshooting meeting with Norwegian Air Shuttle.  The US manufacturer also said it will set up more spare parts centers to address any further problems that might arise. The Boeing team, which included Commercial Airplanes president and CEO Ray Conner, was summoned to the Norwegian capital by the low-cost carrier to discuss reliability issues that have overshadowed the entry into service of the ...

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