2013 Boston Dreamliner fire – A fire aboard an empty Japan Airlines 787 Dreamliner prompted a response by firefighters at Boston Logan International Airport on January 7, 2013.
2013 Boston Dreamliner fire – This is the lithium-ion battery that was involved in a fire aboard the Japan Airlines Boeing 787 in Boston.
2013 Dreamliner fire – NTSB investigators examine battery parts from the damaged Japan Airlines 787.
The Japanese incident – Tokyo's Haneda airport on January 16, 2013 after an ANA Dreamliner made an emergency landing. Smoke had been reported in the cockpit, which later turned out to be from an overheated battery. The Japanese incident and the Boston fire prompted a worldwide grounding of the entire Dreamliner fleet -- which numbered 50 aircraft at the time.
Back in the sky – Workers inspect the cockpit of a United Airlines Boeing 787 Dreamliner at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport on May 20, 2013, after it arrived from Houston. It was the first domestic U.S. passenger flight for the Boeing Dreamliner since it was grounded for electrical problems in January.
Next generation – A next-generation Air New Zealand 787-9 Dreamliner sits in its stall at the Boeing Delivery Center, July 9, 2014 in Everett, Washington. It was the first delivery of the long-haul version of the 787. The aircraft features a fuselage 20 feet longer than the 787-8.