Publicado em 9 de janeiro de 2013 às 10:06

New Boeing 787 incident

On Tuesday (08) a Boeing 787 operated by the Japan Airlines was forced to return to the gate of the International Local Airport, located in Boston in the United States. The reason was a fuel leak, which eventually canceled the takeoff. This is the second incident in two days with the same aircraft model.

The incident on Monday (07) also happened in the same Boston airport, with an aircraft which was also operated by Japan Airlines.

In the case of Tuesday, the spill of about 40 gallons of the aircraft was discovered shortly after the airplane had left the gate to prepare for take off toward Tokyo, Japan.

Fortunately, the problem has not left injured and did not even cause a fire because the passengers were removed from the aircraft as soon they detected the problem.

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