Air India's Dreamliner fleet to remain grounded till Feb 17
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Currently, seven global carriers --- All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines, United Airlines, Air India, Ethiopian, Qatar Airways and Lan Chile Airlines have the Boeing 787s in their fleet. All of them have grounded a total of 50 planes.
Air India has ordered 27 Boeing 787 aircraft. The six aircraft in the fleet were used to operate flights from Delhi to Bangalore, Chennai and Kolkata apart from operating flights to Dubai, Frankfurt and Paris. The airline is now using other aircraft in its fleet to operate these flights.
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