The FAA has reiterated that it won't allow the 787 to return to commercial service until it's...

|By:, SA News Editor

The FAA has reiterated that it won't allow the 787 to return to commercial service until it's "confident that any proposed solution has addressed the battery failure risks," although the agency will allow Boeing (BA) to conduct test flights to assess how well its changes work. The FAA's comments came after it met with Boeing on Friday. A major problem is that the root cause of the two battery failures is still unknown.