May 3, 2013

Dreamliner to the air again

All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines receive the go-ahead to resume flights of their 787 Dreamliners after Boeing modifies the jetliner’s battery system.

ANA to seek 787 compensation from Boeing: Shinobe

/ Mar 19, 2013

ANA to seek 787 compensation from Boeing: Shinobe

All Nippon Airways Co. wants compensation from Boeing Co. for the grounding of its entire fleet of 787 Dreamliners and plans to make the request once the advanced jet is flying again, ANA's incoming president said. Senior Executive Vice President Osamu Shinobe, who will take ...

FAA: Boeing fix won't end 787 grounding fast

/ Mar 1, 2013

FAA: Boeing fix won't end 787 grounding fast

Boeing Co.'s proposal to get the 787 Dreamliner back in the skies, while comprehensive, will require extensive testing even if approved before regulators end the plane's grounding, the top U.S. aviation official said. Federal Aviation Administrator Michael Huerta on Wednesday wouldn't speculate when the agency ...

787 to weigh on airlines as safety concerns drag on

Feb 4, 2013

787 to weigh on airlines as safety concerns drag on

Despite experts' best efforts to get to the bottom of the mishaps involving Boeing Co.'s 787 Dreamliners, pinpointing the causes may take a while, leaving the timetable for their return to the skies uncertain. All Nippon Airways Co., which has more 787s than any other ...

Jan 29, 2013

U.S. investigators clear battery charger on troubled 787

U.S. investigators examining the battery charger from a Boeing Co. 787 that caught fire this month in Boston have found no evidence of flaws that could have caused the incident. The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board has completed testing of the charger at the Tucson, ...

Why the future of aviation needs the Dreamliner

Jan 25, 2013

Why the future of aviation needs the Dreamliner

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As Boeing showed off its multibillion-dollar baby on the Dreamliner's promotional world tour in 2011, one quirky feature was regularly pointed out: a sleekly designed but redundant ashtray, a compliance with regulations laid down in a different age.