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FlyDubai Boeing In Talks About Delivery Delay

FlyDubai, Dubai’s low cost carrier is in talks with Boeing about aircraft delivery after delays due to strikes at Boeing’s factories. The airline however, is still aiming at a mid 2009 launch of its operations. The budget carrier had entered into a $4 billion dollar deal with the plane-maker for an order of 54 Boeing single aisle 737 aircraft.

Source: Emirates Business 24/7
 

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