Boeing Commercial Airplanes VP-Marketing Randy Tinseth told reporters in Tokyo that "frankly we do not know when the [machinists] strike will end" and that the manufacturer will have to "reassess our production, deliveries and program schedule for the 787 at that time." Launch customer ANA said last week that it had "reached an agreement with Boeing" on a new 787 delivery schedule that would see its first Dreamliner arrive next August (ATWOnline, Sept. 26). Boeing did not contradict the ...

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