Boeing completes test flights for 787 battery issue

04/7/2013 | Seattle Times, The

Last week, Boeing completed requirements for test flights of the battery fix for the Boeing 787. The Federal Aviation Administration will examine the results before allowing the aircraft to resume service. "We expect to deliver all of the materials to the FAA in the coming days. Once we deliver the materials we stand ready to reply to additional requests and continue in dialogue with the FAA to ensure we have met all of their expectations," Boeing said in a statement.

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