The 50 Boeing 787 Dreamliner passenger jets that were pulled from service in January remain on the ground, and it appears they will remain that way until May. Aviation regulators and airline companies around the world suspended their prized Dreamliners when overheating problems in the lithium-ion batteries that power the aircraft’s systems emerged. First there was a fire aboard a Japanese Airlines Dreamliner while it was on the ground at Boston’s Logan Airport. Then, just days later, another smoldering battery forced an All Nippon Airways plane to make an emergency landing while on a domestic route in Japan. Boeing engineers ... Read More
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