Budget carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle has cautioned that its latest Boeing 787s could be delayed by up to a few weeks after hairline cracks were discovered in the wing ribs of some in-production Dreamliners. Norwegian, which already has three 787s in service, is due to take delivery of a further four 787s in the first half of 2014. The aircraft are deployed on its fledgling long-haul network. “This [the wing issue] may impact future deliveries. However, when we negotiate deliveries with ...

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