ANA announced yesterday that it reached agreement with Boeing on a revised 787 delivery schedule that will see the launch customer take its first aircraft next August, 15 months later than originally planned but sooner than might have been expected given that the aircraft has yet to make its first flight. The announcement came as final assembly of the first aircraft remains at a standstill owing to the ongoing 21-day strike by the International Assn. of Machinists and Aerospace Workers ...

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