The Federal Aviation Administration has approved a proposal by Boeing to fix battery issues faced by the 787 and to begin test flights. "Today's approval from the FAA is a critical and welcome milestone toward getting the fleet flying again and continuing to deliver on the promise of the 787," Boeing Chairman and CEO Jim McNerney said in a statement.
Boeing receives approval for 787 battery fix from FAA
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