ANA Delays Dreamliner Debut

Due to a productivity problem, All Nippon Airways has had to delay its introduction of the new Boeing 787, according to Breaking Travel News.

The third Dreamliner was scheduled to be delivered in November, but that has been pushed to December. "Staff at Boeing are expected to work though the Christmas holidays, with at least five more aircraft presently on the production line," the article reports.

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