All of Boeing's flagship 787 Dreamliners have been grounded amid safety concerns.http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-01-18/b ... ed/4470272
Authorities in Europe, Chile, Ethiopia, India, Japan and Qatar followed the lead of the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) by taking all 787 flights temporarily out of service after a Japanese Dreamliner was forced by a smoke alert to make an emergency landing on Wednesday.
This morning Qantas said it was cancelling an order for a single Dreamliner which it had planned to add to the Jetstar fleet.
January 16: An ANA Dreamliner passenger plane makes an emergency landing in Japan after smoke is reportedly seen inside the cockpit.
January 14: Japan's transport ministry says it has begun examining the Dreamliner that suffered two fuel leakages in less than a week.
January 13: A Japan Airlines (JAL) 787 suffers a fuel spill for the second time in a week.
January 11: US regulators announce an in-depth safety review of the Dreamliner after a spate of incidents involving the aircraft.
A crack in a cockpit windshield grounds an ANA Dreamliner after a domestic flight in Japan.
An ANA Dreamliner, also on a domestic Japanese flight, experiences a delay due to an oil leak.
January 9: ANA cancels a Dreamliner flight because of a brake problem.
January 8: A Japan Airlines 787 flight to Tokyo is grounded in Boston following a fuel spill.
January 7: A fire breaks out aboard an empty Japan Airlines 787 Dreamliner in Boston.