LOT Polish Airlines hopes to bring 787 back into service by June

Credit: Courtesy, Boeing
LOT Polish Airlines expects to bring its two grounded Boeing 787s back into service by mid-June. LOT, which was the first European airline to take delivery of the 787, has had one aircraft stranded in Chicago and one in Warsaw since Jan. 16 when FAA grounded the aircraft due to lithium ion battery...

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