Industry watchers say that Japan will be a test case for how Boeing's (BA -3.8%) Dreamliner 787...


Industry watchers say that Japan will be a test case for how Boeing's (BA -3.8%) Dreamliner 787 customers respond to safety concerns surrounding the aircraft. With most of its 787s in service in Japan right now, it's a high profile market for BA. Existing, as well as future customers are looking to see how the issues are dealt with before deciding what action to take with their orders. As the problem seems to be more and more systemic, the heat is on for BA to take more steps straight away to assuage the safety concerns.

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  • GarryGR
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    According to a Reuters article, Klucinski [LOT] said the Polish carrier had been told by Boeing that the problems affecting the Japanese-operated aircraft had been known to the manufacturer and were fixed in jets assembled later, including those operated by LOT.
    http://reut.rs/ZYmRZU

     

    LOT is not grounding their 787s, according to that article.
    16 Jan 2013, 04:01 PM 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.

     

    http://bit.ly/VHrg2w

     

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

     

    http://bit.ly/VKZqoj

     

    http://bit.ly/VHrg2w

     

    What inside a Lithium-ion battery ?

     

    http://bit.ly/V3LwMm

     

    The other problems with Boeing in Everett and Renton
    is that boeing as histroy of workmendship problem

     

    The FAA fine Boeing one Millions on the 777 oxygen’s system that were installed incorrectly In 1990 the FAA fine Boeing 26.2 millions for not build the 757 per drawing

     

    http://bit.ly/13Baab8
    16 Jan 2013, 04:34 PM Reply Like
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