An All Nippon Airways (ANA) Boeing 787 Dreamliner had to make an emergency landing this morning because of a battery malfunction.
In a press conference, ANA Vice President Osamu Shinobe said the pilot detected a strange smell in the cockpit and cabin, and that a cockpit message indicated a problem with a battery.
129 passengers were safely evacuated via emergency slides; no one was injured.
The latest in a string of problems for Boeing’s important new passenger jet, the malfunction led ANA and Japan Airlines to voluntarily ground their entire 787 fleets.
Here’s a compilation of footage from the evacuation, at Takamatsu airport in Japan, from RussiaToday’s YouTube channel. Based on the video, everyone was pretty calm:
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