787s won’t get green signal until FAA catches cause of fumes in two planes: LaHood

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is reluctant to allow Boeing Co.’s 787 Dreamliner planes to fly again unless it gets a clear idea of what caused charring and the release of fumes from the battery packs of two planes earlier this month. US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, whose agency supervises the FAA, declared yesterday that the grounding order on Dreamliners would not lifted until they were “1,000 percent sure” about the safety of the planes. read more

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is reluctant to allow Boeing Co.’s 787 Dreamliner planes to fly again unless it gets a clear idea of what caused charring and the release of fumes from the battery packs of two planes earlier this month. US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, whose agency supervises the FAA, declared yesterday that the grounding order on Dreamliners would not lifted until they were “1,000 percent sure” about the safety of the planes. read more

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