Two Boeing 787s flew again on Tuesday, Nov. 16, if only for a short time, as they were ferried back to Seattle from remote sites after being temporarily grounded in the wake of last week’s in-flight fire on test aircraft ZA002. The two aircraft, ZA001 and ZA005, were flown back to Seattle with minimum crew, while the rest of the fleet remains at a stand-still pending the outcome of investigations into the Nov. 9 electrical fire. The first test aircraft. ZA001, returned to Boeing Field ...
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