Airlines altering routes as Boeing strike delays new jets

10/6/2008 | USA Today

One month into a machinists strike against Boeing Co., fliers are starting to feel the pain as carriers from Australia to the U.K. cancel service due to late deliveries of new jets. A Delta Air Lines spokeswoman said the company is "expecting some delay in our deliveries" of 10 new Boeing aircraft this fall, though no cuts in service were announced as a result. No talks are currently scheduled between Boeing management and the International Association of Machinists.

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