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 ...
It seems fitting to post this on the day that British Airways received its first Boeing 787-9. The manufacturer has published a time-lapse video of the making of the aircraft – and it was surprisingly interesting. You realise what a mammoth task building an aircraft is, and so why production schedules always seem to be so slow. Worth a watch, if you have four minutes on a Friday afternoon. And this link will also reveal a few more images of Cargolux’s intricate new livery.
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