Ana All Nippon Airways Boeing 787-8 DreamlinerAna All Nippon Airways Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner was forced to return to Kuala Lumpur Monday (February 22 2016). Authority said was due to engine problems. The Japanese airline said the latest incident of aircraft that has been plagued by setbacks. The plane carrying 203 passengers and 11 crew members left the Kuala Lumpur Airport at 8:09 am local time (0009 GMT)
Later aircraft returned safely to land there at 9:27 in the morning because the exhaust temperature jumped right engine. Whole statement according to ANA spokesman Shoichiro Horii.
Horii said the airline was investigating the cause of the overheating problem. The plane was scheduled to arrive at Narita Airport at 3:15 pm local time.
The Dreamliner, built largely with lightweight composite materials that reduce fuel consumption. Has been affected by a series of problems during development and production as well as from its first commercial flight in late 2011. ANA has been a leader in the introduction of the aircraft, becoming the first airline to receive and to start commercial flights. In May, the regulator of US aviation ordered repairs to correct a software error that could cause the plane suddenly lost all power.
In 2013, the Dreamliner was grounded worldwide by a separate electrical problem. Earlier this year, several aircraft experienced problems with overheating batteries that caused a fire in an airplane. The changes were made to prevent recurrence.