Jan 16, 2013
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FAA grounds all Boeing 787 airplanes in the US after second battery-related fire
Following All Nippon Airways decision to ground its fleet of Boeing 787s, the Federal Aviation Administration has announced that all 787s in the US are to be grounded pursuing an investigation into the recent lithium-ion battery failures that have caused fires in Boston and Japan. 

FAA grounds all Boeing 787 airplanes in the US after second battery-related fire

Following All Nippon Airways decision to ground its fleet of Boeing 787s, the Federal Aviation Administration has announced that all 787s in the US are to be grounded pursuing an investigation into the recent lithium-ion battery failures that have caused fires in Boston and Japan. 

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