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FAA Grounds Boeing's New Jetliner In The U.S.

by Wendy Kaufman
Jan 17, 2013 (Morning Edition) — Most of the world's 787 jetliners are not flying. The Federal Aviation Administration announced late Wednesday it was grounding the U.S. fleet of Boeing's flagship airliner until it's confident the planes are safe. As expected, other countries then grounded their airplanes too.

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