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It seems there is more bad news for the Dreamliner, more of a nightmare for Boeing dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2362063/Nightma…

I'm booked for March, lets hope they sort it out I'd like to be sure the plane is safe.

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1. Re: Dreamliner!?

Look at the "Air India" thread!


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Personally I would not want to fly on one at the moment.

Boeing are a great company but the thought of a fire at 30000 feet is not pleasant.

Of course I do not want to pre judge what happened at Heathrow but along with the other issues I think if I were booked on one I would seek an alternative.

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Am so happy am not booked on the screamliner oops soz !

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Its a long time till march. Boeing is a very big company and hopefully they must be trying very hard to sort out the problems early.


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