Investors react to another Boeing 787 incident

07/19/2013 | Reuters

Investors sent shares of Boeing stock down 1.7% Thursday after a Boeing 787 turned back to the Boston airport when an indicator light came on in the cockpit. "The pilot decided to turn back out of an abundance of caution," said Boston's Logan International Airport spokesman Richard Walsh. The Dreamliner, flown by Japan Airlines, was bound for Tokyo when the maintenance message indicator came on.

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