Boeing has canceled 787 flight tests for Nov. 10 in the wake of Tuesday’s emergency landing in Texas by a test aircraft, following an apparent electrical system fire and smoke in the cabin. Boeing says it is transferring data to Seattle from ZA002, the 787 which made the emergency landing in Laredo, Texas, on Nov. 9 while conducting a test of the nitrogen generating system (NGS). The aircraft departed from Yuma, Ariz., for Laredo with 42 crewmembers on board. All escaped successfully ...

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