Boeing 787 Dreamliner fleet grounding: the legal angles
The recent temporary grounding of the world’s first all-composite-construction aircraft — the Boeing 787 Dreamliner — is relatively unusual in that it has affected the worldwide fleet. At Ince & Co, we have been watching developments with interest and discussing the consequences that a fleet grounding of a specific aircraft model can have for aircraft operators, including airlines, and the consequences for their financiers and lessors.
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