JAL Sees No Immediate Resolution To 787 Battery Issues

Japan Airlines (JAL) appears to be resigned to the idea that there will be no quick fix for the Boeing 787 battery problem, and it anticipates that it may take as long as two months to implement a solution. “We hope that the time it takes to fix the problem will be no more than a month, or two...

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