- A unit of United Technologies (UTX) has acknowledged it's the supplier responsible for assembly errors on fire-extinguishing systems used for engines on Boeing (BA) 787 Dreamliners.
- Improperly assembled fire-extinguisher bottles were found on three All Nippon 787s in Japan on Wednesday, spurring a round of inspections by operators.
- The parts were manufactured at UTX's Kidde Aerospace unit.
- The company notes the "error has been corrected and it's working with BA and the airlines involved to complete all necessary inspections, should be completed over the next few days.
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