European and Japanese regulators, following the FAA’s lead, have cleared the way for Boeing 787 operators to resume revenue flights following modification of the aircraft’s battery systems and, in Japan’s case, taking added precautions to monitor the aircraft’s safety. The European Aviation Safety Agency airworthiness directive issued April 26 mirrors an FAA order approved the day before, while the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau’s (JCAB’s) formally approving of Boeing’s fixes added ...
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