Boeing Faces Last Hurdle for Dreamliner With No-Rush FAAThomas Black and Mary Jane Credeur
Boeing Co.’s effort to get its troubled 787 Dreamliner back in the air is headed for a challenging final hurdle: It needs approval from the U.S. agency that’s already been burned by signing off on the plane’s safety.
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