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5 killed after Japan Airlines plane collides with coast guard aircraft, bursts into flames: VIDEO » The Japanese coast guard said the pilot of its plane had escaped, however, five other crewmembers had been found dead, according to local reports.

All Things Travel: Japan Airlines Fire Has Implications For Boeing » Monday's small jet fire at Logan Airport has big implications for international travel and its manufacturer, Boeing.

Japan Airlines plane strikes Coast Guard aircraft at Tokyo airport, killing 5 » A Japan Airlines passenger plane burst into flames after it collided with a Coast Guard aircraft at Haneda Airport in Japan, leaving at least five people dead.

Boeing works to fireproof its 787 batteries (pictures) » With its Dreamliners grounded after a pair of fires, Boeing has a plan for a comprehensive set of safety improvements to its lithium ion batteries.

Planes catch fire after a collision at Japan’s Haneda airport, killing 5; hundreds evacuated safely » TOKYO (AP) — A passenger plane and a Japanese coast guard aircraft collided on the runway at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport on Tuesday and burst into flames. Transport Minister Tetsuo Saito confirmed…

Engine that endangered United flight has troubled history » The same Pratt & Whitney engine suffered similar blowouts twice before, and feds blamed weak inspections.

A jet's carbon-composite fiber fuselage burned on a Tokyo runway. Is the material safe? » The runway fire in Tokyo is providing a key test of the safety of carbon-composite material on planes

Planes collide and catch fire at Japan’s busy Haneda airport, killing 5. Hundreds evacuated safely » TOKYO (AP) — A large passenger plane and a Japanese coast guard aircraft collided on the runway at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport on Tuesday and burst into flames, killing five people aboard the coas…

Dreamliner battery probe ends: 8 questions and answers | CNN » The long investigation surrounding a mysterious battery fire that made so much trouble for Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner is closed.


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