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Aeromexico fears the Boeing 787-8, which it now expects to begin receiving in 2012, may fail to meet original performance specifications including the ability to operate non-stop flights from Mexico City to Asia
CEO Andres Conesa says Aeromexico decided to acquire five 787-8s in 2005 assuming the aircraft could operate its Shanghai, Tokyo and Rome services non-stop. But he says the carrier is now unsure if Boeing will be able to meet the specs outlined in its 787 contract.