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An All Nippon Airways Boeing 787 Dreamliner is seen after making an emergency landing at Takamatsu airport in western Japan on Jan. 16.
An All Nippon Airways Boeing 787 Dreamliner is seen after making an emergency landing at Takamatsu airport in western Japan on Jan. 16.
(KYODO/REUTERS)

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Air Canada growth could stall if new delays hit Dreamliner

It’s the hottest topic in the airline industry, yet Air Canada doesn’t want to talk about it.

If the mounting mechanical problems with Boeing Co.’s new 787-passenger jet, dubbed the Dreamliner, aren’t quite an elephant in the room for Canada’s biggest carrier, they are at least an elephant on the radar screen.