RJ considers action over Dreamliner delay

17 May 2009

Royal Jordanian airline is considering launching a compensation plan against Boeing, after its orders for eight 787 Dreamliners was pushed back by three years. The planes were originally scheduled for delivery from the fourth quarter of 2010. Samer Majali, CEO of the airline, said it is working with Boeing to mitigate the impact of the delay, which has hit RJ's plans.

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