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Marek Kłuciński, the press officer of Poland's national airline LOT, said that the company is considering asking Boeing for replacement planes as compensation for the currently grounded 787 Dreamliner aircraft. He added, however, that the airline is working on various solutions and did not disclose any details as to whether it would demand compensation from the aircraft producer.
Earlier on Wednesday, Polskie Radio spoke with Massachusetts Institute of Technology expert Donald Sadoway, who said that LOT should demand financial compensation and 777 planes as replacements for the period when the Dreamliners are grounded. He clarified that until March, all the routes that were supposed to be operated by Dreamliner aircrafts will be serviced by Boeing 767 planes.
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