The temporary grounding of the Boeing 787 fleet is causing major disruptions particularly for the aircraft's largest operator, All Nippon Airways (ANA). Others flying smaller 787 fleets are likely able to mitigate the impact better. The FAA last week grounded the 787 fleet operated by U.S. carriers, effectively only United Airlines, until safe use of the lithium-ion battery can be ensured. That decision was quickly followed by authorities abroad. ANA and Japan Airlines (JAL), the two ...
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