Japan Airlines review confirms fuel leak from 787
TOKYO — A Japan Airlines’ inspection of a Boeing 787 Dreamliner involved in a fuel spill last week at Boston’s Logan International Airport confirmed the liquid was leaking from a nozzle on the plane’s left wing, a JAL spokesman said Sunday.
The ongoing investigation found the leak in a fuel nozzle, the spokesman said.
The jet was bound for Tokyo on January 8 when a pilot on another airplane spotted the 787 leaking fuel just before takeoff. The plane was later flown to Japan for examination.
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