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America: 4 States stop using Boeing which Iraq bought a number of them worth $ 5.5 billion

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Post by Hkp1 on Thu 17 Jan 2013, 11:17 am

America: 4 States stop using Boeing which Iraq bought a number of them worth $ 5.5 billion


Thursday, 17 January 2013 16: 41


[Monitoring]

Four
States, namely [Qatar and India and Japan and Chile] Thursday, stop
using civilian aircraft, travel type [Boeing 787 Dreamliner], responsive
step taken by the u.s. Federal Aviation Authority management, technical
problems in the plane.

The Iraqi Government in 2008 to contract
with Boeing Co. to buy 40 new aircraft, including the plane [787], with a
total value of the contract amounted to five billion and [500] million.

The
Federal Aviation Administration announced Wednesday, American
moratorium on passenger planes [Boeing 787 Dreamliner] after a second
incident caused by battery failure in the emergency landing of the plane
in Japan.

The Administration's decision is another setback for
the plane that was supposed to set a new standard for travel, but
instead are suffering from disaster after another.

The latest
problem arose when pilots in Japanese Nippon Airways when shmwa smell
something burning and received a warning from the cockpit, while on a
flight from the airport in Yamaguchi Japan Tokyo Obi West.

An
inspection showed that the flammable liquids leaked from primary
lithium-ion battery located behind the cockpit, investigators found
several burns.

Japan's Kyodo News Agency quoted investigator in
her Ministry of transport as saying that "the fluid leaked through the
electricity room floor to the outside.

The Japanese Transport Ministry said that "could lead to an accident."

Qatar
Airways, said in a statement Thursday that it "has suspended flights of
its fleet of planes [Boeing 787 Dreamliner] which includes five until
further notice."

She would follow the u.s. Federal Aviation Administration Help and General Authority for civil aviation ".

US
Aviation Administration said "the airline will have to prove that the
lithium-ion batteries used are safe before they can resume flights
latest commercial aircraft [Boeing], but did not provide any details on a
possible date for the resumption of flights."

The Department
said it would work with [Boeing] and airlines to develop a corrective
action plan will allow 787 fleet in the United States the resumption of
safe operations as soon as possible. "

Boeing said in a statement that it "is confident that the 787 is safe and sure of their integrity".

And
Jim mcnerni, President of the UAE company that Boeing is committed to
supporting the Federal Aviation Administration and find answers as
quickly as possible and that the company permanently collaborates with
its clients and various organizational and investigative authorities,
and we will make the entire Boeing Company resources available for help.
"

Boeing shares fell 2% in the subsequent transactions to close
in New York Stock Exchange to $ 72.75 after the Declaration made by the
Federal Aviation Administration.

The Iraqi Government in 2008,
has contracted Boeing to buy 40 new aircraft from her styles new 737 and
787 Dreamliner with the right to purchase 15 additional aircraft to be
delivered by 2012 and a total value for the contract was 5 .5 billion
dollars.

The Iraqi Government also signed a contract with the
Canadian company [Bombardier] to buy 10 CRJ900 aircraft of medium size
or with the right to purchase 10 other aircraft in the future.

The first began-CRJ900 bombardet aircraft coming from Zurich to Arbil in October 2008. Ended

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