Boeing Shipping 787s Again
The first ones sent to customers went to ANA, the manufacturer announced.
Boeing is again sending 787 Dreamliner aircraft to its customers, after a lengthy investigation into its lithium-ion batteries by international authorities, including NTSB and the Japanese aviation authorities.
The U.S. manufacturer's Twitter site reported its Everett, Wash. plant is rolling out seven airplanes per month, and its 787 deliveries resumed May 14 "with a delivery to ANA.”
"The health of our 787 factories in Everett and North Charleston has never been better or more efficient. And despite the disruption in deliveries over the past several months, we still expect to deliver all the 787s we originally planned to by the end of the year. We once again thank our customers for their patience and confidence as we begin delivering on our commitments."