A Boeing team led by Commercial Airplanes President Ray Conner is set to present details of its proposed near-term solution to the 787 battery issues to the FAA later this week, possibly as early as today. According to airline sources, Conner will present details of the manufacturer’s revised battery system directly to FAA Administrator Michael Huerta in Washington. If the plans are accepted, then Boeing is understood to have provisional plans in place to begin flight testing the ...
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