FAA Will Review Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Saturday, January 12, 2013 - 11:45am

After several mishaps this week, The FAA says it wants to take a closer look at Boeing's 787 Dreamliner. This week, four different dreamliners had mechanical problems including two today involving 787's owned by Japan's all Nippon Airways.

Yesterday Morning, officials with the FAA said they will work with Boeing engineers as they review the design and production of the plane. They'll focus on the 787's power system and manufacturing of the World's first carbon-composite airliner.

The FAA says it will take weeks, possibly months to complete it's review of the plane. The dreamliner made its commercial flight debut in late 2011, following a series of production delays.

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