More Boeing 787 Dreamliners grounded
- Middle East: Thursday, January 17 - 2013 at 09:31
More global regulators and airlines have announced they have grounded Boeing's 787 Dreamliner on safety concerns. US and Japanese authorities have ordered airlines to stop flying their Boeing 787s until they can show they've fixed a fire risk linked to battery failures aboard the Dreamliners. Airlines in Chile and India quickly complied by grounding their Dreamliners. In recent weeks Dreamliners have suffered incidents including fuel leaks, a cracked cockpit window, brake problems and an electrical fire. However, it is the battery problems that have caused the most concern.
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