- A Japan Airlines (JAPSY) Boeing (BA) 787 flying to San Francisco from Tokyo has made an emergency landing at Honolulu Airport following a fall in the oil pressure in the right engine.
- The glitch is the latest in a series of problems to affect the 787 and comes after Boeing said on Friday that it needs to inspect 42 yet-to-be-delivered aircraft for possible hairline cracks in the wings due to a manufacturing problem.
- Meanwhile, search crews have still failed to find any signs of the Malaysia Airlines 777 that disappeared over the weekend whilst flying over Vietnamese airspace.
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