Tuesday, December 7 2021

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Emirates slams Boeing over 777X jet delays

Boston (Reuters) -The head of Dubai airline Emirates piled pressure on planemaker Boeing on Tuesday over delays to its 777X jetliner, warning that the uncertainty would cause significant disruption for one of the world’s biggest carriers. Emirates President Tim Clark said he wanted “another grown-up conversation” with the U.S. planemaker over the timing of the twin-engined jumbo, which is running at least two-and-a-half years behind its originally planned arrival of June 2020. Clark, an airline industry veteran who was closely involved in the development of the current 777-300ER model, has lambasted Boeing this year over repeated delays to its 777X.

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