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Why Boeing's 787 has regulators, fliers worried

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NEW YORK (AP) — The safety and reliability of the Boeing's new 787 came into question again Wednesday when battery problems led to an emergency landing of an All Nippon Airways flight. ANA and Japan Airlines, the biggest customers for the plane, temporarily grounded all 24 787s they own. Boeing shares fell more than 3 percent. Just a week, ago the battery on a Japan Airlines 787 ignited shortly...

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