News Summary: Poland's 787s to fly again in June

News Summary: Poland's Boeing 787s to resume flying in June with battery problem resolved

Associated Press

LOT AT STAKE: Polish national airline LOT said its Boeing 787s, grounded for months due to battery problems, will resume flying in June and it will seek compensation from Boeing.

ON THE RUNWAY: LOT's chief executive says both of the airline's 787s will resume commercial flights to North America and China following repairs and test flights. The two planes are currently on the ground in Chicago and Warsaw

FIRST TO FLY: Heavily indebted LOT is Europe's only airline to have 787s. Norwegian Air Shuttle has ordered some, but deliveries have been delayed.

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