Boeing cutting price on 767s to compensate for 787 delays

09/26/2008 | SeattlePI.com

Boeing is offering discounts on 767 aircraft to carriers whose 787 orders have been pushed back due to the machinists strike and other delays. All Nippon Airways and Japan Air Lines are believed to be among the carriers getting new 767s while they await their Dreamliners that are now running up to three years late.

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