FAA Approves Boeing's Plans To Get 787 Dreamliners Back In The Air
There has been no announcement from Boeing as to when the planes will be back in the air, but All Nippon, which operates 17 Dreamliners, said they are planning to make a few hundred test flights before resuming service in June.
"It would be unwise to believe that the process of rectification will be fully complete before the end of the summer," Howard Wheeldon, an independent investment strategist in London, told the New York Times. He added, "We can expect the first 787 to resume flying in airline service within a matter of weeks."
We'll keep you updated on their progress.
[Source: The New York Times]
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