Dreamliner flight cancelled after brake problem in Japan—airport

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Graphic factfile on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. A Boeing Dreamliner flight by Japan’s All Nippon Airways had to be canceled Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013, because of a brake problem, an airport spokesman said.

A Boeing Dreamliner flight by Japan’s All Nippon Airways had to be canceled Wednesday because of a brake problem, an airport spokesman said.

ANA 698 was canceled because brake parts from the rear left undercarriage needed to be replaced, said the spokesman at Yamaguchi Ube airport in western Japan.

On Tuesday a Japan Airlines Boeing 787 was grounded in Boston following a fuel spill, one day after another plane of the same type suffered a fire.

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  • kilabot

    to pinoy workers of boeing:
    kabayan, what’s happening to the 787?

    • KpTUL

      why are you asking them ? they are no chief designers nor bigtime planners in Boeing. It is either youre that d*mb or sobrang bilib mo sa kapwa natin. If it is the latter, then i hope this comment will keep you grounded.

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/NKMLL6HD6WUINN5XQWNKKQDFEA Edwin Edwin

        G@go ka pala eh Chief designer ako sa Boeing eh…

        Inggit ka no tukmol? hehehe.

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