Boeing sticks with current production schedule for 787

Boeing officials say they are waiting until the end of the first quarter to finish the production plan for the 787. The company reaffirmed its current production schedule but would not rule out further delays for the jetliner, which has been delayed twice so far. Boeing on Tuesday announced more than $6 billion in orders for other planes at the Singapore Air Show. Some Boeing customers say they will seek compensation for delays.

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