Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner is back in service. An Ethiopian Airlines Dreamliner has flown to Nairobi. It’s the first commercial flight by the Boeing aircraft since the entire fleet was grounded in January. The 50 planes from around the world were taken out of the air due to battery malfunctions that included one 787 catching fire in the U.S. Aviation authorities approved a new battery design and teams of engineers have been fitting them to the aircraft. Japanese airlines are expected to begin test flights tomorrow. Complete repairs on all 50 of the grounded aircraft is expected by mid-May.
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