Boeing says electrical system problems that caused the crew of a United Airlines 787 to divert to Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport on Dec. 4 were triggered by the failure of one of the aircraft’s six main electric generators. Initial reports indicated apparent issues with the aircraft’s sophisticated electrical system were flagged on the engine indication and crew alerting system not long after the aircraft departed Houston for Newark around 8 a.m. The crew elected to ...
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