[CORRECTED--Battery manufacturer GS Yuasa is based in Japan; Arizona-based Securaplane Technologies makes the APU battery charger for the 787] The Japan Airlines (JAL) Boeing 787 that caught fire Jan. 7 in Boston had been in the airline’s possession for just 18 days. More details about the fire and the aircraft are emerging as the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) provides further updates, but finding a cause for the blaze continues to be elusive for ...

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