The carrier also per its CEO is in discussions with Boeing to modify its inherited order of 20 787-9 aircraft to now include 10 787-8 versions instead for delivery commencing 2014. CEO also says they are reviewing the proposed 787-10 variant as well.
LAXintl From United States of America, joined exactly 15 years ago today! , 26981 posts, RR: 50
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Yes sounds like by converting to the 787-8 they hope to get some frames sooner.
I wonder what delivery positions these would be that Boeing can juggle?
Like the CEO said this might be a good move anyhow - "operationally interchangeable so there's no efficiency impact, but the different capacities open more options with respect to network and deployment"
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