EASA: No plans to ground 787s after London incident

The European Aviation Safety Agency has no immediate plans to ground Boeing 787s after an incident with a 787 at London's Heathrow Airport. "We're prepared to take action in our area of responsibility in case it is demonstrated that there is an unsafe condition, which is not the case so far," said Dominique Fouda, a spokesman for EASA.

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