European safety agency to visit U.S. to assist in 787 investigation:

02/8/2013 | Bloomberg Businessweek

The European Aviation Safety Agency is sending regulators to the U.S. to assist in the investigation of Boeing 787 battery issues. Separately, British Airways says it plans to take delivery of 787s in May. "We remain committed to taking delivery of the aircraft and we are confident that any safety concerns will be addressed by Boeing and the relevant authorities," a British Airways spokesman said.

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