Emirates president says Boeing 777x deliveries unlikely before first-quarter 2024

Emirates Airlines President Tim Clark said on Wednesday Boeing’s 777x jet was unlikely to be delivered before the first quarter of 2024.

Boeing has been developing the widebody jet, a new version of its 777 series, with the goal of releasing it in late 2023, already three years later than planned.

“The 777x was due to come in June of last year now it’s unlikely to be, I think, before the first quarter of 2024,” Clark told a virtual summit by aviation consultancy CAPA.

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  1. *NIGERIA + UAE GOVERNMENT* – COME TO A FAVOURABLE AGREEMENT FAST PLS! :

    QUEEN ADEYINKA SALAKO HEALTH FOUNDATION is appealing to *Nigeria and UAE Governments* to be kind enough in resolving the issues between them. We have *two (2) patients* travelling to Mumbai on Emirates Airline today; *9th February 2021* for medical treatment. *Their appointment with the Doctor is Thursday, 11th Febuary while the Operation is scheduled for 13th Febuary 2021*, Emirates has cancelled their flight schedule base on the present situation thus dennying their passengers. Emirates Airline coming to Nigeria and going back empty without carrying any passenger is *not the solution*.

    UAE insisted they want correct covid19 test not edited reports, they said they want another Covid 19 test at Nigeria International Airport for all their passengers, Nigeria government says NO to this action.

    *No from both parties IS NOT the solution but rather to seat round the table and talk about the Money from 35k to 10k or less, is better to do this Airport Covid 19*.

    They should both understand that If two Elephants fights, it’s the grass underneath them that suffers.

    They should both consider those who are travelling for *HEALTH MATTERS*.

    *Delay is dangerous*.

    Queen Adeyinka Salako Health Foundation cares.

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