A Boeing 787 operated by Ethiopian Airlines flew from Ethiopia to Kenya's capital Saturday, the first commercial flight since air safety authorities grounded the Dreamliners after incidents with smoldering batteries on two different planes in January. Full story
Poland's national airline, LOT, says it is resuming flights on its two grounded Boeing 787s on June 5 and is selling tickets for the flights. Full story
National Transportation Safety Board has announced they traced last month’s fire onboard a Boeing 787 in Boston to a single cell in the plane’s battery. NTSB Chairman Debbie Hersman also said there are new questions about the certification process that Boeing used to originally approve the battery.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on Boeing 787's ferry flight as it lands in Everett, Washington after a trip from Texas.
After a string of safety incidents involving the Boeing 787 airplanes, United, the airline that flies the 787 in the United States, is rebooking its passengers on other flights. Governments around the world are expected to follow suit, meaning all 50 Dreamliners will likely be grounded. NBC’s Tom Co
CNBC's Phil LeBeau discusses two new Boeing 787 incidents on domestic Japanese flights.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports a fire broke out on a Boeing 787 in a compartment containing batteries and other electronic components. No passengers or crew were on the jet at the time of the fire.
NTSB Investigator Mike Bauer examines the inside of a Boeing 787 under investigation at Boston's Logan International Airport in this January 8, 2013 file handout photo. The top U.S. transportation safety agency said on April 23, 2013 it is looking beyond what caused a Boeing Co Dreamliner battery fi
A Boeing 787 lands in Everett, Washington travelling with crew only from Fort Worth, Texas in this file photo taken February 7, 2013. REUTERS/Kevin P. Casey/Files