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Fireliner Redux

Boeing 787 fire incident shuts London Heathrow airport – World News.

I wasn’t going to make my first Fuzzy Wanderer post after a hiatus about the Dreamliner, again. I really wasn’t. But the Dreamliner caught fire, after its hiatus, again. So here we are.

Boeing 787 fire incident shuts London Heathrow airport - World News

Not to say “I told you so”, but if you’ve read this travel blog, I’ve told you so. Continue reading »

Boeing: further flights of fantasy on Dreamliner battery problem

Boeing: Dreamliner battery tests should be done soon. From Boeing’s chutzpah-laden pronouncements at Friday’s press briefing in Tokyo:

Boeing says it still doesn’t know why batteries failed, but the fixes they have developed will cover any possible future problem, and the airliner should be back flying shortly.

(emphasis mine)

ANA 787 smokelinerWell, that’s a relief! They know that any possible future failure will not be a problem. No need worrying about those pesky root causes.

Look, I don’t pretend to be an aeronautical engineer. But I was a software engineer (yeah, I know, “not real engineers”), and I’ve been involved in plenty of QA, root cause analysis, risk mitigation, and similar failure post-mortems. Continue reading »

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