787. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. [UPDATED] Boeing is set to announce a seventh delay in its 787 program, possibly pushing delivery out by up to nine months to the fourth quarter of 2011, after the inflight electrical fire to its ZA002 on Nov. 9 (ATW Daily News, Nov. 17). On Thursday, Air Lease Corp. founder and CEO Steven Udvar-Hazy, who ordered and was the largest customer for the 787 when he was Chairman and CEO of ILFC, told Bloomberg at the ALTA Airline Leaders Forum in Panama ...

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