US government officials and Boeing emphasized their confidence in the safety of the 787 even as they announced the FAA will conduct a “comprehensive review” of the Dreamliner program. Sparked by a number of recent events, most notably a fire aboard a parked Japan Airlines 787 at Boston Logan Airport, the review’s aim is to “validate the work we did in the [787] certification process,” FAA administrator Michael Huerta said during a Friday press conference in ...

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