FAA grounds all 787 Dreamliners in U.S.

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    YuriOtani

    Wonders if JAL and ANA will put some of the 747-400's back in service? JAL has already scrapped some of them.

  • 1

    smithinjapan

    Imagine if they had taken the time to inspect them properly in the first place instead of rushing to get them done and have other nations order and use them!

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    Elbuda Mexicano

    I hope no sabotage was involved, but good on the FAA!!

  • 0

    SwissToni

    Doesnt Yuasa make the batteries?

  • 0

    globalwatcher

    FIX IT.

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    globalwatcher

    I hope no sabotage was involved

    I am beginning to wonder about it as well.

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    LFRAgain

    As I said on the other thread about Japan grounding its 787 fleet, thank you, Boeing, for raising the audacity of mediocrity to a whole new level.

    Lemme' guess: The bean-counters estimated it was cheaper for Boeing to settle potential lawsuits that might occur if, say, everyone on board a faulty 787 died in a horrific crash due to mechanical failure, than the ridiculous amount of money the company made off the sale of these and future 787s?

    Sounds about right for a Fortune 500 company.

    Again, thanks, Boeing.

  • 3

    SuperLib

    As Frankenstein would say: Fire bad.

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