All Nippon Airways Co., scheduled to be the first recipient of the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner, and Japan Airlines Corp. may seek compensation from the U.S. plane maker after a second delay in the aircraft’s delivery.
ANA will examine the effect the delay will have on its expansion plans before making a decision, said Rob Henderson, a spokesman for the airline in Tokyo. JAL has not ruled out seeking compensation, spokesman Atsushi Abe said.
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