AAIB: No evidence the Ethiopian 787 fire at London Heathrow Airport was caused by the batteries

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Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has classified the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 787-8 ET-AOP (msn 34744) fire at London Heathrow Airport on Friday (July 12) as a “serious incident”. The important statement in the message below is the statement at the end is the heat damage in upper rear fuselage “is remote from the area in which the aircraft main and APU (Auxiliary Power Unit) batteries are located, and, at this stage, there is no evidence of a direct causal relationship”.

Read the full report from Reuters: CLICK HERE

Fixing ET-AOP could be a challenge for Boeing: CLICK HERE

The AAIB issued this statement:

AAIB LHR Statement 7.13.13

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