Airlines and safety regulators around the world, including the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), are following the U.S. FAA’s lead and grounding Boeing 787 fleets until the aircraft’s battery problems can be resolved. Air India and Chile’s LAN Airlines have suspended 787 operations in conjunction with their national regulators. Japan’s two major airlines, Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways (ANA), were the first to ground their 787s, and Japanese aviation authorities have since ...
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