Boeing said Monday that it has not made a decision on when 787 flight testing will resume as it continues to investigate the electrical malfunction that led to a fire onboard aircraft ZA002 last week (ATW Daily News, Dec. 15). "Before that decision [to resume flight testing] can be made, we must complete the investigation and assess whether any design changes are necessary," the company said in a statement. In the meantime, Boeing has established a plan "to fly two other ...

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