B767 freighter deliveries could be delayed by fuel tank problem
A quality issue with the coating on fuel tanks appears to be delaying new deliveries ...
We really cannot guarantee the veracity of this threat from one of the US’s most important manufacturers, but Boeing’s chairman reiterated yesterday how crucial the country’s ex-im bank remains to its export capacity. “I’m more worried about it today than I ever have been,” James McNerney told the Economic Club of Washington, adding that Boeing may be forced to move parts of its operation overseas as it begins to eye serious aircraft manufacturing competition emerging from China in the next few years and considers its response.
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