Loss of engine thrust cuts short Boeing 787 test run

02/23/2010 | ABC News

A Boeing 787 test run ended with an unplanned landing Friday when the plane lost thrust in one of its two engines. Boeing spokesman Jim Proulx said the Boeing 787 could have continued flying on one engine but the pilot was following standard procedure by setting the plane down after it experienced "uncommanded loss of thrust." Boeing said its test planes will not be sold to commercial customers.

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