FAA approves certification program for Boeing 787 battery fixes
FAA approves certification program for Boeing 787 battery fixes
                               

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Boeing relocating 787 training simulator from Seattle to Miami

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Boeing announced today that it is moving its training flight simulators — including one for the 787 Dreamliner — along with other aircraft from Seattle to Miami. Boeing says that Miami is the company’s largest flight-training center and the preferred location for its customers from Latin America, United States, Middle East...
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Cause of Boeing Dreamliner battery fire is still unknown

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An interim report from the National Transportation Safety Board gives information into the condition of the battery involved in a Japan Airlines fire in January, but the group said its investigation into the probable cause of the battery fire is continuing. [Read more]...
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Boeing Dreamliner battery fire report out tomorrow

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The National Transportation Safety Board releases its interim report on the Japan Airlines Boeing 787-8 battery fire. [Read more]...
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Boeing touts a 'permanent' fix for 787 Dreamliner batteries, Japan stays cautious

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There's been talk for weeks of Boeing developing a fix for the 787 Dreamliner's battery fire troubles. If the aircraft maker has its way, that should soon translate to action. The company's commercial airplane chief, Raymond Conner, tells reporters that the company has a "permanent" fix that would place...
Boeing touts a 'permanent' fix for 787 Dreamliner batteries, Japan stays cautious

DARPA trying again to develop a high-speed VTOL aircraft

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Battery Expertise Needed for 787 Probe

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Boeing's proposed fixes for lithium-ion batteries on its 787 jetliner face an uncomfortable reality: government investigators' limited experience with such devices is hobbling efforts to determine precisely why they burned....
Battery Expertise Needed for 787 Probe
FAA denies reports that it will soon approve testing of Dreamliner battery fixes
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