Investigators are looking into the causes of a fire that broke out in the aft electric equipment bay of a Japan Airlines Boeing 787 shortly after passengers deplaned at Boston’s Logan International Airport on Jan. 7. The JAL 787, which was delivered to the airline on Dec. 20, had been on the ground for 25 min. when smoke was detected in the cabin. A Jan. 8 preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) notes that the aircraft's auxiliary power unit (APU) ...
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