KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has postponed the delivery of two of its Boeing 787-9s, together with a batch of new routes. The delivery delays have been caused by the need to save cash, while the route deferrals are the result of an ongoing dispute with cabin crew unions. KLM said last month it planned to defer deliveries of 10-12 aircraft in order to cut €600 million ($683 million) from its capital expenditure plan over the next two years, but at that time declined to say which aircraft ...

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