JAL, ANA eye compensation claims over Dreamliner grounding

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    some14some

    No cash compensation...give them points it is common practice in Japan :)

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    DaveAllTogether

    The compensation will come in the form of tremendous discounts for JAL and ANA on their next orders. I am willing to bet we will see a 748i in the colors of one or both airlines.

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    JeffLee

    give them points it is common practice in Japan

    With blackout dates on the times you want to travel.

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    Kapuna

    The batteries were made in JAPAN and they want compensation from Boeing???????

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    The_True

    so is Boeing getting compensation from Yasua?

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    Alex80

    @Kapuna: Boeing is legally responsible for assuring the safety of the end customer, exactly like Toyota even if it uses some faulty components made in USA. I find funny the double standards of some guys in this site.

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    crack123

    Storms in the airline industry - Hard times for the airline industry, there will be winners and losers no doubt. Analysis of a sector in four charts that show the inevitable - http://www.miguelangeldiez.com/2013/03/03/sector-aereo

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    globalwatcher

    JAL, ANA eye compensation claims over Dreamliner grounding

    Very good.. These are covered by business insurance at commencement of Dreamliner projects.

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    SuperLib

    I'm betting Boeing wouldn't mind some "launch aid" arrangements that Airbus has with European governments.

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