787 Fire Repair Boosts Composites Confidence

Credit: Mark Kwiatkowski
On the morning of July 12, 2013, the quiet atmosphere of Boeing's 787 Operations Control Center (OCC) in Everett, Wash., was broken by a phone call from British Airways at London Heathrow Airport. The caller asked if Boeing knew there was smoke coming from a 787 parked at the airport. The monitoring...

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