Boeing 787 flight test aircraft ZA002. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Boeing said a power panel in 787 flight test aircraft ZA002's aft electronics bay suffered a "failure" during a Nov. 9 flight, leading "to a fire involving an insulation blanket" that caused main cabin smoke necessitating an emergency landing that has brought the Dreamliner flight test program to an indefinite halt. The manufacturer stated late Thursday that it is "determining the ...

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