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DREAMLINERS

BUSINESS
Aug 29, 2016
ANA finds broken Dreamliner turbines in three Rolls-Royce engines
ANA Holdings Inc., which has canceled more than a dozen Dreamliner flights since last week, found broken turbines on three Boeing 787s driven by engines made by Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Aug 25, 2016
ANA cancels Dreamliner flights to fix engine troubles that could last through September
ANA Holdings Inc., the world's biggest operator of Boeing Co.'s 787 Dreamliner jet, is canceling flights as it checks the Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC engines on its fleet for corrosion.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Jul 2, 2013
JAL Narita-Helsinki flights start, using 787s
Japan Airlines Co. on Monday launched a new daily round-trip service from Narita airport to Helsinki using the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
JAPAN
Jun 3, 2013
JAL 787 is grounded by glitch in battery bay
A Japan Airlines Boeing 787 Dreamliner scheduled to fly Sunday from Tokyo to Beijing experiences a problem with an air pressure sensor for its battery container, prompting JAL to use another aircraft for the flight.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Apr 22, 2013
ANA, JAL start replacing Dreamliner batteries
All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines begin putting new batteries into their grounded Dreamliners to get the high-tech fleets flying again.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Apr 9, 2013
Safety panel begins test on ANA 787
Transport authorities probing the battery accident on an All Nippon Airways Co. Boeing 787 earlier this year began testing the grounded jetliner Monday at Takamatsu Airport.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Apr 7, 2013
Boeing 787 flight tests new battery system
Boeing Co. has conducted the final test flight of its 787 Dreamliner to demonstrate the safety of troubled aircraft's new battery system, as part of a U.S. Federal Aviation Administration certification exam.

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