A fire erupted on a Japan Airlines Boeing 787 while the aircraft was parked at Boston Logan Airport. There were no passengers aboard the aircraft at the time of the Monday incident. According to The Boston Globe, Massachusetts Port Authority fire rescue chief Robert Donahue said the fire occurred in the middle part of the fuselage “in the avionics compartment underneath.” He added the fire appeared to originate in a battery used by the 787’s auxiliary power unit (APU). ...

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