U.K. Investigators Recommend Design Changes After Ethiopian 787 Fire

Credit: BBC
LONDON— Investigators probing a fire that severely damaged an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 787-8 in July 2013 have recommended equipment manufacturers to test and design safety mitigations to deal with the heat-produced lithium-metal battery failures. The U.K. Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB)...

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