Update

We’ve posted some updated information on the incident that occurred on board ZA002 Nov. 9.

Comments (3)

BA Investor (New York, N.Y.):

Randy,

Thanks for the timely and appropriate update. It appears that Boeing is trying to be as transparent as possible in the face of what appeared to be a major setback to the program. The naysayers are abuzz with speculation and descriptions of a crippled aircraft.

This should bring some calm and optimism to the situation. Glad you stepped in to help provide some perspective to the risks and rewards of the testing process. Looking foward to seeing all six of the test planes back flying soon.

Norman (Long Beach, California, United States):

It is good to have information strait from the source in place of rumors and speculation that clouds a lot of the online aviation community. I am glad everyone involved with the flight is all right.

Norman (Long Beach, California, United States):

I am glad the situation is being resolved and for the honest news on the situation.
These are small bumps on the road but I am optimistic on the overall course of the testing of the 787 and the delivery of the aircraft.

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