FAA administrator Michael Huerta gave no indication of how close the agency is to approving Boeing’s fix for the 787’s battery system in testimony before Congress. Speaking Tuesday to the US Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, Huerta said FAA has received data from Boeing’s two “limited non passenger test flights … [with] prototype versions of the new battery containment system.” He added, “The FAA is reviewing the test ...

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