Approval of 787 "quite robust," say FAA, Boeing

06/13/2013 | Reuters · Bloomberg

Boeing and aviation regulators in a Capitol hearing this week said that despite problems with batteries on the plane overheating and catching fire, the certification process, which includes outsourcing some review to the manufacturer, was "quite robust." Since the incidents, which grounded the fleet, Boeing has changed the battery system and the planes are now flying again.

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