Accident investigators headed to London Heathrow Friday after fire broke out on an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 787 parked at the airport. The fire caused a temporary shutdown of Heathrow while fire trucks attended the scene and sprayed the aircraft with flame retardant. There were no passengers onboard the aircraft, which was on an eight-hour layover before a return flight to Ethiopia. There were no reports of any injuries. Ethiopian issued a statement confirming that the aircraft, ...

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