Boeing temporarily suspended 787 flight tests Thursday, saying it needed to inspect the Alenia Aeronautica-produced horizontal stabilizers on its five flight test aircraft and all Dreamliners in production owing to a "workmanship issue" that was "recently identified." It insisted that first delivery to ANA in the fourth quarter "remains on track" even as it revealed Friday that some subsequent deliveries would be pushed back slightly for reasons it said were ...

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