Boeing 787 Safety Move Splits Airlines Over Honeywell BeaconRobert Wall and Chris Cooper
Boeing Co. 787 operators are grappling with conflicting regulatory guidance after U.K. safety authorities called for the deactivation of an emergency beacon linked to a fire on a Dreamliner at Heathrow airport last week.
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