After Dreamliner woes, Qatar Airways defends aircraft

01/9/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Despite separate incidents involving two Japan Airlines Dreamliners this week, Qatar Airways is still standing behind the Boeing product. "There will be small teething problems from time to time, but this is foreseen with any new aircraft program," said the airline's CEO, Akbar Al Baker. Qatar Airways, which has five Dreamliners in service and 55 more on order, says it is not thinking about canceling its order.

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