United Airlines has taken most of its planned Boeing 787s launches from its schedule as federal regulators continue to investigate the failure of lithium-ion batteries on board the aircraft. The action will affect the already delayed launch of service between United’s Houston hub at George Bush Intercontinental Airport and Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos, Nigeria, and defers the operation of the Los Angeles International Airport service to Tokyo Narita International Airport ...
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