Japan to inspects suppliers of Dreamliner battery packs
- Japan: Tuesday, January 29 - 2013 at 05:27
Japan's transport ministry has said that safety inspectors found no major problem on the production line making batteries for Boeing's Dreamliner, AFP has reported. A ministry official said the authorities would now inspect suppliers of parts used in battery packs. Aviation regulators were focusing on the lithium-ion batteries as the cause of a problem that forced an All Nippon Airways (ANA) flight to make an emergency landing on January 16, but they said last week there were no signs of a battery fire, while information gleaned from the flight's digital data recorder showed the power pack did not suffer a rapid surge in voltage.
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