FAA grounds US Dreamliners


By Peter Johnson

All of Boeing's 787 Dreamliners are grounded in the US. They will stay parked until the company can prove to the FAA that the aircraft's batteries are safe.

United Airlines is the only carrier in the US that flies the planes. 

The FAA called for the grounding after a slew of problems worldwide with the air craft inlcuding battery fires, cracked windshields and fuel leaks.

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