The chairman of India's state carrier Air India said on Wednesday that Boeing is hopeful of getting their 787 Dreamliner back in service by early April."They said that these planes should start flying again from early April. They can't be sure but they are hopeful," Rohit Nandan said.Boeing's 50 787s in service have been grounded since mid-January following two incidents involving battery problems.Air India has six 787s and has ordered 21 more. The issue of the airline seeking compensation from Boeing for the jet's problems would be taken up once the aircraft are flying again, Nandan said. Source: Reuters
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