At the time of going to press, the 787 fleet has now been grounded for six weeks without a definitive solution in sight to solve the perceived problems with the lithium-ion battery installed on the aircraft type. Boeing and investigators from the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) as well as Japanese investigators have all conducted exhaustive examinations of the lithium-ion battery from the Japan Airlines 787, which caused a fire on the aircraft when it was parked at Boston Logan airport. The latest update from the NTSB on February 7 has determined that the majority of evidence from the

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