Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways canceled a domestic flight on Jan. 9, 2013, after a computer on board its 787 Dreamliner erroneously showed problems with the aircraft’s brakes. A day earlier, a fuel leak forced a 787 to return to its gate minutes before taking off from Boston. On Jan. 7, an electrical fire had broken out on another plane. The latter two incidents affected planes operated by Japan Airlines at Logan International Airport in Boston.
The three events were the latest in a series of problems with the 787, which entered commercial service in November 2011 and has had technical and electrical malfunctions since then. - The New York Times