FAA administrator Michael Huerta said Boeing’s proposed 787 battery fix is being “carefully analyzed” but gave no guidance on how long it will take to review the proposal. “I’m not going to set a timetable,” he said while responding to questions following a Wednesday morning speech to the American Bar Association’s Forum on Air and Space Law in Washington DC. “People are working very hard [on the 787 issue but FAA is] not going to make that ...

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