The FAA said in its directive that Boeing now had to "address a potential battery fire risk in the 787." Concerns about the safety of the 787 have only grew since a fire sparked on a plane parked at Boston's airport and an All Nippon Airways flight had to make an emergency landing after a cockpit message indicated the jet had battery problems and a burning smell arose.
Boeing has promised to work with the FAA to resolve these issues.
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-- Written by Brittany Umar.