Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA), the single biggest operator of Boeing's flagship 787, said it put its Dreamliner fleet back into service Sunday following a four-month suspension due to battery problems.
Workers check the batteries of an All Nippon Airways (ANA) Boeing 787 Dreamliner at Takamatsu airport in Japan on May 9, 2013. ANA said it put its Dreamliner fleet back into service Sunday following a suspension of about four months due to battery problems.
One of ANA's high-tech planes arrived safely at Haneda in Tokyo on time from Sapporo in Hokkaido as a relief service with some 220 passengers aboard, the firm and airoprt officials said.
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