Boeing 787 engine fire extinguisher problem traced to UTC subsidiary
“Improperly configured” engine fire extinguisher bottles discovered last week on several All Nippon Airways (ANA) Boeing 787s were traced to the part’s producer, Kidde Aerospace, a United Technologies Corp. (UTC) subsidiary. UTC conceded the error on the part and said it has been corrected. All 787...
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