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Japan Airlines, one of Boeingâ€™s most loyal customers, is reportedly looking to buy mid-sized jets from Boeing rival Airbus . . .
Japan Airlines, one of Boeing’s most loyal customers, is reportedly looking to buy mid-sized jets from Boeing rival Airbus, amid extended delays in the rollout of Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner. Japan Airlines had planned to buy 55 of the 787s, and no comparable Airbus jets, but the delays convinced the airline to diversify suppliers. (Reuters)
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