Airlines look to return 787s to service

05/1/2013 | Reuters · USA Today

On Saturday, an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 787 was the first to return to the skies since the January grounding of the aircraft. Other airlines also are working to return their Dreamliners to service. "We are mapping out a return-to-service plan, and we look forward to getting our 787s back in the air," United spokeswoman Christen David said. United is the only U.S. airline with 787s in its fleet.

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