FAA Pushes with 787 Dreamliner Review

USA Today reported that experts at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will announce next week whether they are accepting Boeing’s proposal to fix its Dreamliners so the planes can once again fly.

As quoted in the market news:

Officials in the FAA office near Seattle that certifies new planes as safe for flight are reviewing a Boeing proposal to revamp the 787′s lithium ion batteries to prevent them from catching fire, or to protect the plane in case of fire, Administrator Michael Huerta said.

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