- SPECIAL REPORTS
EVERETT, WA—As battery woes kept the 787 grounded, Boeing workers picked up the pace, enabling the company to roll out this week the first Dreamliner built at the rate of seven aircraft per month.
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC—Boeing Co. will pay $12.5 million for about 320 acres across the street from its 787 assembly plant here.
SEATTLE—Boeing achieved a major milestone on Tuesday as the Federal Aviation Administration approved its plan to test fixes for the battery problems that have grounded its 787 jets since mid-January.
SEATTLE—Boeing has developed possible fixes for the battery problems in its grounded 787 jets and could have them back in the air within two months, industry and federal officials said Wednesday.
SEATTLE—While the hunt for the root cause of the 787 battery problems continues, Boeing remains adamant in its faith in the current lithium-ion technology.
SEATTLE—Boeing has asked U.S. aviation authorities for permission to carry out 787 Dreamliner test flights after the planes were grounded worldwide following a fire risk linked to the plane’s lithium batteries.
SEATTLE—In interviews with The Associated Press, a dozen former Boeing engineers, designers and managers question the wisdom of the company’s tight schedule and never-before-tried plan to assemble a plane from parts made around the globe.
SEATTLE—Boeing will continue to produce 787s as it works to get the grounded planes back flying again. Boeing’s newest jet was grounded worldwide last week after one plane suffered a battery fire.
WASHINGTON—Airlines flying Boeing’s new 787 Dreamliners need to take extra steps to ensure the planes don’t have engine failures or fires because of a manufacturing fault in the fuel line, the Federal Aviation Administration advised.
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