Boeing wraps up 787 test flight; battery fix awaits FAA approval

Posted: April 6, 2013 at 3:28 a.m.

Pat Shanahan, Boeing senior vice president of airplane programs, speaks to workers Wednesday at the opening of the new delivery center in Everett, Wash. Boeing conducted a final test flight Friday for the 787 Dreamliner with its upgraded battery system.

Boeing Co. conducted a final test flight Friday for the 787 Dreamliner after completing ground trials for an upgraded battery system as it seeks to return the grounded jet to commercial service.

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