Although Rwanda and other countries have future plans of acquiring the Dreamliner Planes, recent reports indicate that the world’s most advanced jetliner has safety problems.
The US federal government has declared that U.S. airlines cannot fly the 787 again until the risk of battery fires is addressed.
The Federal Aviation Administration’s emergency order affects only United Airlines, the lone U.S. carrier to operate 787s.
United said it would put passengers on other aircraft and work closely with the FAA and Boeing to review its fleet of six Dreamliners.
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