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Federal regulators are telling airlines they can fly Boeing's 787's again as soon as they replace its problematic lithium ...
ion batteries with a revamped battery system. (April 25)
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THE GOVERNMENT WILL ALLOW AIRLINES TO RESUME FLYING THEIR BOEING 787S, MORE THAN FOUR MONTHS AFTER THEY WERE GROUNDED.THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION POSTED A SAFETY ORDER THURSDAY SAYING FLIGHTS CAN RESUME AFTER AIRLINES FIX PROBLEMATIC LITHIUM ION BATTERIES.THE ORDER ONLY AFFECTS US AIRLINES. UNITED IS THE ONLY ONE THAT FLIES THE TYPE--WITH SIX IN ITS FLEET.THE PLANES HAVE BEEN GROUNDED SINCE MID-JANUARY. THAT FOLLOWED A BATTERY FIRE ON A 787 PARKED AT BOSTON'S LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. A SMOKING BATTERY LED TO AN EMERGENCY LANDING BY ANOTHER 787 IN JAPAN.SEPARATELY, POLAND'S NATIONAL AIRLINE ANNOUNCED IT WILL RESUME 787 FLIGHTS IN JUNE--AND HAS BEGUN SELLING TICKETS. LOT SERVES CHICAGO AND NEW YORK.MEANWHILE, A BOEING ENGINEER SAID THE CAUSE OF THE BATTERY PROBLEMS MAY NEVER BE KNOWN. HE SAID THE ROOT CAUSE OF SMOLDERING BATTERIES COULD REMAIN A MYSTERY BECAUSE THE EVIDENCE WAS DESTROYED BY HEAT. THE 787 PROGRAM HAS FACED NUMEROUS DELAYS. BOEING EXPECTS TO RESUME DELIVERY OF NEW PLANES TO AIRLINES EARLY NEXT MONTH.MATT FRIEDMAN. ASSOCIATED PRESS.