Boeing has halted deliveries of its 787 aircraft to carry out analysis of fuselage components, the US government’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has said. “The FAA is working with Boeing to determine any actions that might be required for recently delivered airplanes,” the agency said. The Seattle-based manufacturer said it “discovered an analysis error by our supplier related to the 787 forward pressure bulkhead” and then “notified the FAA”. It said there was no flight safety concern arising out of the matter. In 2020 and 2021, the FAA had raised concerns about the 787, with a delivery hiatus implemented in
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