The Federal Aviation Administration said it was proposing a $2.75 million fine for Boeing's commercial airplane division for failing to take prompt action to fix a problem with fasteners discovered in... more 
The Federal Aviation Administration said it was proposing a $2.75 million fine for Boeing's commercial airplane division for failing to take prompt action to fix a problem with fasteners discovered in 2008 on its model 777 airplanes. Qatar Airways said it had taken one of its Boeing 787 Dreamliners out of service following what it described as a "minor" technical issue, as pressure mounted on the plane maker over possible new electrical problems with the advanced jet. Poland's flag carrier LOT said it would continue to pursue hefty damages from Boeing over the grounding of the Dreamliners, which the airline said hurt its efforts to restructure its ailing business. less 
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Fri, Jul 26, 2013 6:20 PM EDT