Boeing acknowledged the reliability issues of its 787 Dreamliners on Monday, and said it is taking steps to make the new high-tech plane more dependable."Today, the reliability of the 787 is better than 95 percent. It's not as good as we'd like to see it. It's not as good as our customers would like to see it. So we're looking at ways to improve that reliability over time," said Boeing commercial planes Marketing Vice President Randy Tinseth at a press conference in Chile's capital Santiago."I would refer to the problems as teething problems, I don't think they're systemic," he said.
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