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NTSB has tough words for Boeing on battery fire on 787
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The National Transportation Safety Board provided its most detailed explanation to date from its investigation into the battery fire aboard a Japan Airlines 787. The fire on the plane was discovered after it landed in Boston on January 7th.
NTSB chairman Deborah Hersman pulled no punches about the incident and their findings.
“The expectation in aviation is to never experience a fire aboard an aircraft.” said Hersman, critical of the backup systems Boeing designed in the 787 to prevent and handle a large lithium ion battery fire.
The FAA conditionally approved these backup systems
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