Boeing delivered a new 787 to All Nippon Airways (ANA) Tuesday, the first 787 delivery to occur since deliveries were suspended in January when FAA grounded the Dreamliner. ANA, the 787 launch customer, already had 17 787s in its fleet. It plans to restart commercial Dreamliner flights June 1. Boeing VP-marketing Randy Tinseth said on his blog that 787 deliveries are officially “back underway.” He added, “The health of our 787 factories in Everett [Wash.] and North ...

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