A Boeing 787 Dreamliner Caught on Fire in London (Ugh, Not Again)

Looks like yet another Dreamliner is on fire—this time, it's on the tarmac at our very own London Heathrow Airport. (Luckily, it appears the jet is empty.) You'll remember that the Boeing 787 was initially grounded back in January after one of the aircraft caught fire on the ground at Boston airport in the US of A. This new fire comes just months after a revised design of the Dreamliner with a new battery system was cleared for take off by international flight organisations. Uh oh. Read More >>

Overhauled Boeing 787 Dreamliner Officially Cleared for Take Off by the FAA

Nearly four months after grounding the Dreamliner after its battery exploded into flames on the tarmac in Boston, the FAA has cleared the maligned Boeing 787 for commercial flights. The plane will be permitted to fly up to 180 minutes from its point of departure — the same clearance it had before. Read More >>

Boeing 787 Dreamliner Blazes Through New Battery System Tests

Boeing conducted a successful test flight of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner with its new upgraded battery system today. With this test, it's completed the required schedule of tests required for FAA certification. The plane is on fire — and in the good way! Read More >>


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