[UPDATED] The UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has recommended that the Honeywell emergency locator transmitter (ELT) on all in-service Boeing 787s be temporarily made “inert” following a fire on board an Ethiopian Airlines 787-8 last week at London Heathrow Airport. In a special bulletin issued Thursday, the AAIB said the fire damage suffered by the Ethiopian 787 coincided with the location of the ELT and its related wiring. “There are no other aircraft ...

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