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What did they know and when did they know it? Even before battery failures led to the grounding...

What did they know and when did they know it? Even before battery failures led to the grounding of all Boeing (BA) 787 jets, there were problems that raised questions about their reliability, according to a NYT report. If true, BA could be open to fraud lawsuits and attempts by carriers to get back some of what they paid for the new airline. Fixing the battery issue is its "first order of business in 2013," BA says.
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  • Ron Myers
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    Second order of business is to better cover up the rest of the stuff wrong with these planes that hasn't leaked yet.
    30 Jan 2013, 08:45 AM Reply Like
  • thomas85225
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    The history file at the Seattle Times shown the FAA fine against Boeing alone with Airlines fine
    Boeing workmen problems has been will document in the Seattle times history file
    Before the 787-8 its was the 737-700, export tanker, 737 rubber problems , 747 that had engine mounting pin problems, cargo doors that open in flights and pressure bulk head repair
    No Boeing aircrafts where grounded when the aircrafts where crashing
    But the Head line for last 4 years say it’s all about the 787 design and workmanship alone with the last 4 years of production delay:
    Incorrect wire APU and Incorrect wire main electric panels, missing fuel lines o-ring and lock wire is perform in Everett
    Installing engines, fuel lines, Wiggins fuel line connectors, installing O-ring, tightening fuels connectors and lock wire is aircraft 101 that been around since the 707 dating back to 1958 or the Wright brother of 1903 Boeing has build aircraft since 1916 "lefty-loosey, righty-tighty"
    Boeing was fine one Millions on the 777 oxygen’s system that were installed incorrectly in 2012
    In 1990 the FAA fine Boeing 26.2 millions for not build the 757 per drawing
    30 Jan 2013, 10:50 AM Reply Like
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