India’s minister for civil aviation Ajit Singh said Air India’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner fleet will receive a software update, which will ground each aircraft for 10 days. Speaking in parliament, Singh said the 787s had experienced 136 “minor” technical problems since their delivery began in September 2012. Technical teams from Air India and Boeing have fixed the problems on the carrier’s fleet of 10 787s. Six of the carrier’s 787s were grounded from January ...

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