NTSB holds hearing on Japan Airlines 787 fire; root cause elusive

A US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) hearing on the Jan. 7 Japan Airlines Boeing 787 fire shed little light on the incident’s root cause. NTSB has previously determined that short circuiting in a cell of the lithium ion battery that starts the aircraft’s auxiliary power unit caused...

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