WASHINGTON – Boeing Co.’s revolutionary 787 airliner moved significantly closer to returning to service Friday when the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration approved design modifications for a malfunctioning battery system that caused a worldwide grounding of the new planes.
“These changes to the 787 battery will ensure the safety of the aircraft and its passengers,” said U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood.
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