FAA Adapts Requirements For 787 Battery Fix

Credit: Boeing
Based on test data, the FAA will allow Boeing 787 operators to fly with inoperative “pressure burst discs” and burst disc indicators on main and auxiliary power unit (APU) lithium-ion battery enclosures for as many as 34 flights before fixing the safety equipment. The extension is included in an...

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