787 in Air India livery. Courtesy, Boeing Indian civil aviation minister Ajit Singh ended months of speculation about whether struggling state-owned Air India (AI) may cancel a portion of the 27 Boeing 787s it has on order, telling reporters Tuesday that all of the aircraft will be taken by the airline. "It should be a good plane … We are not cutting any orders," he told reporters, according to multiple media accounts from India. Reports last year indicated that ...

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