Boeing Moves 787 Delivery Date…Up?

In what would be an usual change of direction for a plane that is more than three years behind schedule, FlightBlogger’s Jon Ostrower is claiming that Boeing  could deliver the first 787 to All Nippon Airways by late July which would be nearly two months sooner than most analysts were expecting.

Boeing has not officially acknowledged a change in schedule and a July delivery would technically fall in the company’s current promise to deliver the plane during the third quarter but according to Ostrower, many analysts expected Boeing to get the plane handed over to ANA in September and not two months earlier.

Boeing has not commented on the recent speculation and likely won’t since it doesn’t technically reflect a schedule change, but for once it seems that Boeing may surprise observers by getting the 787 delivered sooner than expected.

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