Boeing is increasing the price of its aircraft by about 5.2% and has announced the withdrawal of the 787-300. The aircraft manufacturer, which hasn’t raised prices for two years, blames high wages, goods and service costs for the increase. The 787-300, however, has fallen victim to the countless delays in production of the 787-800 version. The short-haul variant was always in danger of being dropped since launch customer, All Nippon Airways, swapped its 787-3 order for a 787-800 variant in January. This is an expected and logical move from Boeing. After all the market has spoken and the need for

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