FAA creates maintenance rules for 787 battery parts

06/24/2013 | AviationWeek.com

The Federal Aviation Administration has created maintenance guidelines for the pressure burst discs and burst disc indicators on main and auxiliary power unit lithium-ion battery enclosures on the Boeing 787. The FAA says the components can be used on as many as 34 flights before maintenance is needed. Operators must inspect the indicators on every 14 flights.

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