Air India is reportedly demanding compensation from Boeing for delivering 787s that do not meet promised fuel-efficiency targets because the aircraft are heavier than planned, according to a Bloomberg report. It quoted Air India chairman and MD Rohit Nandan as saying that design changes made after targets were set means some 787s are overweight. Speaking at an interview in Doha, he said the airline is negotiating a formula for compensation, which may be finished after the carrier's 18th ...

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