The dispatch reliability of Norwegian Air Shuttle’s three Boeing 787s is improving, but still some way short of where the airline and the manufacturer want it to be. At a press conference in Oslo Jan. 24, Boeing VP 787 support and services Mike Fleming said the reliability rate had increased from 97% in October to “around 98%” now. Norwegian has faced a series of glitches and teething troubles with its 787s, the first of which was delivered in June, resulting in the carrier ...

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