All Nippon Airways (ALNPY.PK) is grounding its entire fleet of 17 Boeing (BA) 787 Dreamliners on...

All Nippon Airways (ALNPY.PK) is grounding its entire fleet of 17 Boeing (BA) 787 Dreamliners on the back of the recent emergency landing in western Japan, according to Japanese broadcaster NHK. Without quoting sources, the broadcaster tweeted: "Following the emergency landing, ANA will ground all its other 16 Dreamliners for emergency inspections."
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  • thomas85225
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    After Worldwide Attentions about the 787, Boeing will improve its image by hiring the World Renowned Technology Expert
    Wile E. Coyote
    Boeing will also follow Kentucky Fried Chicken and will offer
    Extra Crispy 787, Smoke Favor and Firestone 500 at no charge


    Boeing could save millions in FAA Fine by Outsourcing the hookup of the Aircrafts Systems, Battery, APU wiring, and installing Fuel Lines O-ring and Lock Wire to a to an outside company that employee technology experts, professional known has Aircraft Worker that can read aircraft drawing alone with installing Fuel Lines with O-Ring and Loc Wire


    Boeing could rehire the Boeing retiree and transfer the 19,000 Defense and Space Worker to Everett to work on the existing workmanship problems and the production rate issues of 10 787 per month, surpassing the existing 50 787 in the last four years and 40 748-8 in the last two years
    Also Boeing could fly the 787’s on top the NASA 747-100 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft see my drawing from 2008 unstill its get the bugs out of the 787
    This could be a cost saving for Boeing, since last year, the FAA fine Boeing one Millions on the 777 oxygen’s system that were incorrectly installed
    In 1990 the FAA fine Boeing 26.2 millions for not build the 757 per drawing


    Not to worry the 787 has two lithium-ion battery the other battery is in the nose where the pilot are at, under the cockpit floor in hell hole where all the aircraft LRU boxes and wiring is located at


    But the Boeing Stock Analyst that are not aircraft technology experts have stated that 787 problems are just normal teething problems! BATTERY FIRE AND LEAKING FLAMMABLE FUEL LINES alone with the 787 being 4 years late
    Boeing has been building aircraft since 1916
    But the Head Line News and the FAA fine and Airlines cancel their orders and buying from Airbus are normal growing pain and teething problems too but the FAA does have a 18 to 24 months flight test programs for certification
    and the Boeing stock has gone from $105 in 2005 to $ 75.23 today


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    The 787 can always be used for the state of California Governor Jerry Brown Bullet Train project


    Many battery types fall under strict transportation regulation. This is done for the safety of those handling them and the passengers traveling on a common carrier. Here are the rules in short.
    In 2009, 3.3 billion Li-ion batteries were transported by air. Such air shipment is an ongoing concern, and an airline-pilot union has asked the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to ban them on passenger aircraft. From March 1991 to August 2010, batteries and battery-powered devices caused 113 recorded incidents with smoke, fire, extreme heat or explosion on passenger and cargo planes.
    Boeing and the FAA may wanted to review the existing Flammability Standards For aircraft alone with Explosion Proof LRU and fire proof LRU boxes
    What is the cost of lithium ion battery and the weight saving vs the cost of fixing Boeing image ?
    Boeing spokesperson statement about the 787
    Japan's is the largest operator of the 787, and is a major suppliers of parts and subassembly of Boeing aircrafts the 767, (KC-767 & kc-46) 777 and 787
    16 Jan 2013, 01:05 AM Reply Like
  • thomas85225
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    Boeing and the FAA has know about the Lithium-ion battery since 2007
    wasn't enough to prevent a lithium-ion battery from lighting off in a Cessna Citation CJ4 last year
    Cessna quickly withdrew the batteries from the Citations and the FAA issued an emergency AD. Cessna says it's still committed to Li-ion, but declines to offer details.



    DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, Federal Aviation Administration, 14 CFR Part 25
    [Docket No. NM375 Special Conditions No. 25-07-10-SC]




    What inside a Lithium-ion battery ?

    16 Jan 2013, 01:09 AM Reply Like
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