US aerospace giant, Boeing has suspended deliveries of its new 787 Dreamliner until a lithium-ion batteries problem is resolved, but the production will go on.
“We will not deliver 787s until the FAA approves a means of compliance with their recent Airworthiness Directive concerning batteries and the approved approach has been implemented,” a Boeing spokesman said.
The company is in wait of approval of US Federal Aviation Administration that will continue the flying of 787.
Boeing said to continue production of the carbon-composite 787.
FAA has grounded all 50 of Boeing’s 787s from flying across world since a Japanese airliner, All Nippon Airways 787 stroke an emergency landing due to a damaged battery.
The authority has been investigating the matter and suspension of Dreamliner has followed until Boeing’s batteries problems are resolved.
Authorities’ “1,000% surety” will be the one and only way which clear the flying of Dreamliners, centered on its lithium-ion batteries.