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August 14, 2013 8:32 AM

Report of wiring defects on 3 Boeing Dreamliners prompts Japan Airlines to order flight home

ANA Holdings, the world’s largest operator of Boeing 787 aircraft, said it found wiring defects in three of its Dreamliners, a discovery that prompted rival Japan Airlines to order a flight to return home.

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