Commercial aircraft that rely heavily upon automated flight decks and other technological flight aids have been the industry standard since the late 1980s, but a new twist on technological safety has put hackers in the spotlight -- even at 36,000 feet. These new cyber-terrorism fears follow Boeing's recent development setbacks in its new commercial airliner project, the Dreamliner. Multiple delays may leave Boeing with credibility problems. With more than 50 customers that have ordered over 800 planes, the Dreamliner's delay may frustrate expansion plans for clients in burgeoning Asian markets. But other added pressures from the Federal Aviation Association may also keep the ill-fated Dreamliner grounded longer.