The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) began its investigation into the Japan Airlines Boeing 787 fire that occurred Monday in Boston. Meanwhile, another Japan Airlines 787 had to return to the gate at Boston Logan Airport on Tuesday after taxiing for takeoff owing to a fuel leak, according to multiple media reports and statements made by the Massachusetts Port Authority. Regarding the fire, NTSB said in an initial statement on its investigation that the aircraft’s ...

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