There is new updated delivery information from a variety of sources concerning future deliveries of the 787. First off, ANA apparently has taken delivery of another 787 probably yesterday. ZA508 (LN 51, JA811A) was delivered and should fly to Japan tonight. Apparently that looks to be the only delivery being made this month. However there is more clarity on future deliveries including those to Air India.
Air India - Ajit Singh, the Minister of Civil Aviation, reported that the GoI's CCEA should be taking up the matter of the compensation deal between Air India and Boeing in about 15 days. Now how soon after approval will these airplanes be delivered is another question. According to a posting on airliners.net, the carrier can take delivery of four '87s before August 5th from the flightline at Charleston. This is a rumor and there is nothing official to back it up as of yet. We just have to stay tuned for this drama to play out.
LAN - The first aircraft for LAN has now been moved to the flightline and will presumably be starting the pre-flight testing prior to its B1 flight. There has been some confusion as to when LAN will take this airplane but now there seems to be some clarification. The CEO of LAN told Flightglobal that the carrier will take delivery in September.
ANA - ANA's 787 fleet is well into double digits with several more on the way. There are 4 787s that are winding its way through pre-flight at Everett. According to a posting in airliners.net, ZA100 (LN 7, JA803A) should be making it's B1 flight tomorrow (July 18). This airplane is projected (of course not certain) to deliver around August 8th. The three other 787s are all airplanes that didn't need any re-work done at the EMC. It is quite possible that all these four airplanes can deliver in August though it's more likely that a couple will deliver in August and a couple more in September from this batch. There are still 2 more late build airplanes that are in storage that wold have to finish some amount of change incorporation and I would expect that these airplanes will be delivered later this fall. a, ZA118 is registered as JA813A (LN 67).
Finally, here's an interesting article that sums up Farnborough 2012 air show from aerospace analyst Saj Ahmad.