Japan Airlines (JAL) said a “main battery failure occurred” on one of its Boeing 787-8s parked at Tokyo Narita Airport on Tuesday. The airline reported that “white smoke” was seen in the incident, which resulted in no injuries. JAL said one of its maintenance personnel was checking the parked aircraft prior to a planned departure to Bangkok. There were no passengers on board the aircraft at the time. “A maintenance personnel in the cockpit found that the white ...

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