Dreamliner makes emergency landing in...

Dreamliner makes emergency landing in Japan

There are 25 comments on the KVIA-TV El Paso story from Jan 15, 2013, titled Dreamliner makes emergency landing in Japan. In it, KVIA-TV El Paso reports that:

Two Japanese airlines grounded their fleets of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which has been beset by a string of mechanical and other problems, after an All Nippon Airways flight made an emergency landing Wednesday.

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Uncle Pang

Shah Alam, Malaysia

#26 Jan 18, 2013
The mass evidence of the rubbishy aerospace engineering skill of the Americans have me wondering if the so called 'Fake Armstrong Moon Landing of 1969' conspiracy theory is true afterall.

Could the Yanks of 1969, armed with computer power no more than that of my Huawei handpower have landed on the Moon?

Hamden, CT

#27 Jan 22, 2013
The first pure electronic fly-by-wire aircraft with no mechanical or hydraulic backup was the Apollo Lunar Landing Research Vehicle first flown in 1964......

Hamden, CT

#28 Mar 28, 2013
Root cause of the 787 battery problem still remains a mystery....
Stuart McGregor

Barrow, UK

#29 Mar 29, 2013
Uncle Pang wrote:
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Aibus technology (German) is light years ahead of the Americans.
This Boeing Dreamliner should be classified as UNSAFE by the insurance industry.
Any airlines that still flies this time bomb death machine should be viewed as irresponsible, and their insurance policy be deemed INVALID.
Why dont you grow up you thick person? I work in the Airline Insurance Industry and as an Underwriter I would underwrite Boeing all day before Airbus which by the way is not German Technology but is actually made up of [arts from the UK,France,Germany,Spain and Italy plus others so get your facts right. How many teething problems did the A380 have? I seem to remember massive delays.

The 787 will be the Plane of the future and all other carriers will copy it. Boeing will always lead the world in Aviation and if my bum is on a seat I would prefer it to be a Boeing Seat.

Watch what you say as well as you cannot go around calling someones product a "death machine" as this could be construed as slander. Go and read up the facts and get some knowledge then you could be dangerous!!!!
Jungle Man

Bellevue, WA

#30 Mar 29, 2013
Grounding of the electrical system of an aircraft is crucial to airline safety. Composite material for electrical grounding? I am not sure.

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