European Boeing 787 operators will be instructed to remove their emergency locator transmitters (ELT) following concerns raised by an investigation into a 787 fire at London Heathrow Airport. On Thursday, the UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) recommended that Honeywell ELTs on all in-service Boeing 787s be made temporarily “inert” following a fire onboard an Ethiopian Airlines 787-8 last week at Heathrow. Acting on this recommendation, European Aviation Safety ...

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