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JAL finds fault on modified Dreamliner

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Japan Airlines found a fault with a modified Dreamliner on Sunday (www.channelnewsasia.com) Más...

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ace005
ace005 6
Nice article. It doesn't appear this will amount to anything bigger than it already is.
augerin
Dave Mathes 2
I donno' B.W., do you see where this thread has gone?......
Moviela
Ric Wernicke 7
Engineering made some holes, and maintenance sealed them up. I don't think they read the instructions.

Reminds me of the dairyman from China who observed the cheese making process in Switzerland and reported home that he saw what they were doing wrong, and that he could produce the cheese without the holes in it.
MimosaDrive
MimosaDrive 3
"The difference in air pressure was put down to Boeing Co.'s faulty maintenance as two small holes on the container -- necessary for air ventilation to prevent overheating -- were mistakenly sealed when it repaired the battery system"

I would have thought that a problem like that would have shown up in testing before Boeing delivered the updated unit to JAL.
unclebigpete
Peter Douglas 2
I'm always amazed at the slack built into scheduling - that they could wheel out another plane capable and ready for a long-haul flight, and only delay by 1 hour. I always thought that the planes were worked as hard as possible. There must be a lot of jets out there on 'ready alert' !
augerin
Dave Mathes 1
Yea, I'm more or less human and I still get the occasional 'hey man'....
ace005
ace005 1
Does anyone know what the tail number was?
kengoto
Ken Goto 1
Why Japanese air lines buy 787, and really don't complain? I think there is a connection between how much of 787 plain parts are made in Japan. Air plain sales and government interventions are common , it happened with ANA and Locheed Tristar, in 70s
Derg
Roland Dent 0
Just WTF is going on in Seattle? Boeing have become a third world corporation. If I was working for Boeing I would be heading for the door. Which self respecting engineer would want to work for a bunch of of baked Neanderthal kite builders.
politiri
ken hamilton -5
I agree with Phil Rudd - make them buy Airbus - let them make a profit. Dont sell them BOINGS to sit on the ground and look good!!!!. Geez, what an attitude.
ace005
ace005 0
It's BOEINGS, not BOINGS. At least you spelled Airbus right.
StymieHo
Chris Donawho 3
I think that was intentional BW, hence the CAPS.
augerin
Dave Mathes 0
I agree....BOINGS does have a ring to it !

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JetMech24
JetMech24 9
That they help manufacture.
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 1
Ain't politically correct to harbor a grudge. Lol
StymieHo
Chris Donawho -1
Why? I've never met anyone who was honored to buy a Toyota.
THRUSTT
THRUSTT 3
Nissan all the way!!!
StymieHo
Chris Donawho -2
Ehh, they all look the same anyway.... (sorry, had to do it)
NF2G
David Stark 4
I prefer to assume that you were referring to Toyotas and Nissans.
augerin
Dave Mathes 3
....Datsuns....?
StymieHo
Chris Donawho 2
Datsuns... Totally forgot about those. And yes David, it was a reference to all Japanese cars, with full knowledge it would be construed the other way. Yet somehow Phil still kicked the crap out of me on negative votes.
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 -1
I up voted you. I don't like jap cars. Lol
Rodster001
Rod Collen 2
Really? Come on, don't say "jap". Using ethnic slurs to describe a car is pretty darn insensitive. Say, "Japanese built piece of garbage" or something along those lines. Then at least you say what you mean. Instead of just sounding racist.
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 4
I didn't infer they are garbage. I said I didn't like them. And I do not have to be PC correct. PC is garbage.
StymieHo
Chris Donawho 2
I feel we are barking up the wrong tree here. The term Jap is simply a shorter version of Japanese. I'm from Texas and have half Mexican kids. You don't see me playing race cards when people say Tex-Mex... People need to grow up and quit getting their panties in a wad over this senseless shit.
StymieHo
Chris Donawho 3
Now, if Wallace decides to sound off about cars made by Zipperheads.... Well then I think we can say he crossed the line. Jap is completely harmless, IMHO.
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 3
All these so called slur words don't mean the user is racist or a hater. If someone calls me a redneck hillbilly it doesn't mean they hate me and what's more is I don't care. Ever hear of "sticks and stones"? People need to get past this PC crap.
Rodster001
Rod Collen -1
I respectfully disagree.
StymieHo
Chris Donawho 2
Well, then I guess I need to raise all holy hell on people who use the term Tex-Mex. Man, eating out will never be the same. I really liked that food too.
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 3
Whoa! That's gettin' serious. I'm not giving up taco bender or jap food. Lol.
StymieHo
Chris Donawho 1
See comment directly below...

Respectfully, you are dead wrong.
StymieHo
Chris Donawho 1
Well here Rod, let me enlighten you. There are several google returns of Jap Auto Pro locations in Florida. Guess what kind of cars they specialize in? JAP CARS!!!!

But Florida is for tourists... let's go somewhere with adventure.... Austraila. Down Under you will find JAP AUTO PARTS and JAP this and JAP that, as the term JAP is not derogatory.

Now for lunch today, I'm headed to a little buffet at Ninja Sushi. Guess what kind of food they have? Wallace - Drum Roll Please.....
augerin
Dave Mathes 1
good article about the Dreamliner though............
StymieHo
Chris Donawho 1
LOL... Wore that out a week ago.

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