Thousands of holidaymakers will be getting partial refunds - after being told the new Dreamliner planes won't be ready in time for the busy summer season. Today, Boeing said the Dreamliners can now fly, although it doesn't know when. Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.
Boeing today confirmed the safety problems with the 787 Dreamliner have been resolved but can't say when British airlines will fly them. We have an interview with Larry Loftis from Boeing.
The company say they are working as fast as possible to resume deliveries. It's not expected that Thomson, the UK launch airline, will get them in time for the busy summer season. Thousands of passengers had booked and paid a £10 supplement to fly on the planes.