3:52 pm, Thu 25 Jul 2013
There has been a catalogue of Boeing 787
Dreamliner faults and groundings since the plane took to the skies.
In December, an United Airline Dreamliner made an emergency landing in New Orleans due to electrical problems.
A burned power unit battery from a Boeing 787.
Credit: US National Transportation Safety Board
In January 2013, a lithium ion battery pack sparked a fire on a Japan Airways Boeing 787.
Shortly, after all Dreamliners were grounded while safety checks were carried out, they were later cleared for service in April.
Read:Timeline of Boeing 787 Dreamliner faults and groundings
3:39 pm, Thu 25 Jul 2013
A decision by US aviation officials to order airlines to remove or inspect emergency beacons in Boeing 787 Dreamliners, follows a recent fire on a parked plane at Heathrow Airport.
Last week, UK air accident investigators also called for a review of the devices, after an investigation found the fire on the Ethiopian Airlines jet was caused by a fire in the transmitter.
The Ethiopian Airlines plane at Heathrow surrounded by fire crews.
Boeing said at the time that it supported the recommendations made in the
report by the Air Accidents Investigation Branch.
Read: Boeing 787 fire 'wiring link'
2:48 pm, Thu 25 Jul 2013
The US Federal Aviation Administration has told airlines to remove or inspect beacons in Boeing 787 Dreamliners
following a fire on a parked jet earlier this month at Heathrow Airport.