U.K. air accident investigators say they have ruled out lithium-ion batteries as the cause of a fire onboard a Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 787 at London Heathrow Airport. Heathrow late Friday temporarily closed both its runways as firefighters tackled the blaze in the rear fuselage of the aircraft, which was parked on a remote stand at the western end of the airport. Television pictures showed burn marks on the fuselage just forward of the tail fin. In a statement issued July 13, the ...
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