United Airlines, the US launch customer for the Boeing 787 with six in its fleet, said it will restart Dreamliner service May 20 with domestic flights. United said in a statement Monday that two of its 787s have been retrofitted with Boeing’s fix for the aircraft’s lithium ion batteries. Flights starting May 20 will be from Houston Intercontinental to other domestic hubs in United’s network (it did not specify which ones). The domestic flights will be a prelude to ...

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