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Australia’s national flag carrier Qantas Airways recently announced it will continue to stand by its order for the acquisition of 15 Boeing 787 aircrafts despite the two Japanese carriers – All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines – grounding their entire Boeing Dreamliners fleet.
A spokesman of the airline said that regular contact is being made with Boeing about the 787 program, and that the airline is fully prepared to operate Qantas Airways flights whenever it receives the ordered Boeing Dreamliner aircrafts. The airline would be purchasing 15 Boeing 787 aircrafts and already placed orders for these.
The spokesman said that the current technical snags issues would be resolved soon and the Boeing company is keeping the Qantas Group fully informed about the performance of the Boeing 787 aircrafts ever since it entered commercial service in 2011.
Qantas Airways has issued the statement following the recent grounding of all their Boeing Dreamliner fleets after a series of technical snags in recent days.