Boeing's 787 Dreamliners To Fly Again After FAA Approval

NPR | April 19, 2013 7:51 p.m.

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Wendy Kaufman, Melissa Block

Boeing’s 787 will be allowed to return to passenger service soon. The Federal Aviation Administration has approved Boeing’s redesign of the battery system that caused serious problems, including a fire on one plane. The batteries and their housing have been redesigned and both Boeing and the FAA are confident they are safe. Melissa Block talks with Wendy Kaufman.


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