LOT Polish Airlines chief executive, Sebastian Mikosz, has voiced his dissatisfaction with Boeing on the way it has handled the disruption caused by the grounding of the 787. LOT was forced to suspend all 787 flights in January after incidents with the lithium-ion batteries caused the US Federal Aviation Administration to ground the aircraft type. LOT was forced to lease extra aircraft to cope with demand – its entire long-haul fleet is 787s. “It has really created more problems for us than advantages,” said Mikosz. “I don’t see Boeing understanding this, because we’ve been left quite alone for a
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