Boeing aims to improve reliability of 787 Dreamliner

01/26/2014 | Reuters

Mike Fleming, Boeing's vice president for 787 support and services, said the aircraft manufacturer wants to improve the reliability of its 787 Dreamliner, which currently hovers around 98%. "I'll tell you that's not where we want the airplane to be, we're not satisfied with that reliability level of the airplane," Fleming said. He added that the 787 needs to attain a reliability of 99.4% to match the 777.

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