Boeing is close to finding 787 battery fix, sources say

02/19/2013 | Airwise · New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A source says Boeing may have solved the battery problem on its 787 Dreamliner by spacing cells farther apart. "The gaps between cells will be bigger. I think that's why there was overheating," the source said. Meanwhile, as Boeing continues to produce 787s at its facility in Everett, Wash., it may run out of storage for the planes, sources say. However, Boeing says storage is under control.

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