Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner aircraft may face its 3 rd serious delay when it issues an update on the project at the end of this month, reports Financial Times.
Boeing said it is assessing the progress of the 787, its first all-new commercial jet since the 777 entered service in 1995. “We are working towards a schedule that we had outlined in January,” said Boeing. Boeing plans to update its delivery schedule after its first quarter earnings in April.
U.S based Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. signed an formal agreement with Tata Advanced Systems, a wholly-owned Tata Industries subsidiary to make cabins for the S-92 helicopter in India.
“India represents an expansive rotorcraft market with enormous potential and opportunity,” said Jeffrey P. Pino, president, Sikorsky.
Last week, American aircraft manufacturer Boeing has signed an agreement with Tata Automobile Limited (TAL) Manufacturing Solutions, to build floor beams for Boeing 787 Dreamliner.