The troubled Boeing 787 has begun test flights to get data on potentially faulty batteries.
The US Federal Aviation Authority asked for information on how the batteries were approved which could delay deliveries of the aircraft.
The grounding of the 787 in January has already costs airlines tens of millions of euros.
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