Boeing's 787 suppliers continue to fall short in completing work correctly and in a timely manner, the manufacturer admitted yesterday, forcing it to push first flight back another three months to "around" the end of the second quarter--nearly a year after rollout--and creating considerable uncertainty regarding the Dreamliner's delivery schedule and entry into service. First delivery to ANA will not be until "early 2009," the company said, adding that it will be unable to provide a more ...

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