Frustrated airlines have been seeking replacement aircraft for the troubled 787, still grounded after two battery fires earlier this year. Airplane leasing company CIT reports that there have been interest for planes such as the Boeing 767 and Airbus A330. In addition, some airlines have delayed the start of certain routes, such as United Continental's (NYSE:UAL) planned Denver to Tokyo flight, which would not be profitable using a less fuel efficient plane.
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