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    More Problems Found on Two Additional Dreamliners as FAA Ready to Hold Press Conference

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    Posted on January 11, 2013 To

    Two more Boeing 787 aircraft called Dreamliners were found to have problems just hours before the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is expected to hold a press conference this morning on the plane’s problems since it rolled out 15 months ago, according to USA Today. An All Nippon Airways jet suffered a crack in its windshield during flight in Japan and an engine oil leak was discovered in another jet as it landed in an airport in southern Japan. In addition to the three incidents earlier this week, that makes five reported problems this week alone with what Boeing touted as the next generation aircraft. The FAA announced it is conducting a full review of the new aircraft and is expected to hold a press conference this morning (Friday, Jan. 11, 2013) on the issues that have raised concerned in the industry and the flying public.