Boeing has restarted 787 certification flight tests after an almost two-month hiatus following the inflight electrical fire on the second test aircraft on approach to Laredo, Texas, in November. The resumption of certification flights, confirmed by Boeing on Jan. 17, raises expectations that the long-anticipated announcement on the revised program schedule may be imminent. However, speculation is also growing that analysts’ earlier predictions of an estimated four-month slide from the ...
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