Boeing has suspended deliveries of parts for the 787 from its suppliers for a month while mechanics catch up on work. According to The Seattle Times, Boeing spokesperson Scott Lefeber said the production slowdown won't affect delivery of the first 787 to All Nippon Airways, now expected in September (ATW Daily News, July 6). However, it may mean that Boeing won't be able to meet its delivery target of 12 to 20 787s this year.  The Seattle Times reported that a person ...

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