While the hunt for the root cause of the 787 battery problems continues, at least one aspect of Boeing’s urgent recovery strategy is coming into sharper focus. The company remains adamant in its faith in the current lithium-ion technology and sees no fundamental reason to change its view as the pressure builds to return the airliner to service. Despite the evidence from the Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways aircraft incidents in January, the latest signs indicate Boeing ...
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