After onboard fires forced the FAA to ground the cutting-edge planes, there are now 50 Dreamliners sitting in 17 airports around the world awaiting the green light to fly again.
A day before Boeing finally hands off the first of its long-anticipated jets to its launch partner, CNET gets an up close and personal look at the production line.
The National Transportation Safety Board is set to release its interim report on the Japan Airlines Boeing 787-8 battery fire.
United Airlines Flight 1, from Houston to Chicago, marks the first flight of Boeing's advanced jet since the FAA grounded the plane in January.
The aircraft maker says it has completed certification testing for a new battery system meant to replace the one at the center of an FAA investigation over fire-related incidents.
The FAA is rumored to be near announcing that the grounded jets are now good to fly after redesigned fireproof batteries have safely been installed on the planes.
Heathrow Airport is temporarily shut down as emergency crew respond to a fire involving a Boeing 787 Dreamliner owned by Ethiopian Airlines.
An interim report from the National Transportation Safety Board offers insight into the state of the battery in a Japan Airlines fire in January, but there's still more work to be done.
Action comes after two Japanese carriers parked their 787s following a battery fire.
Prompted by a recent fire and other incidents, the Federal Aviation Administration is launching a comprehensive review of the new, high-tech Dreamliner.