Japan grounds Dreamliner after emergency landing

Japan's two biggest airlines on January 16 grounded all their Dreamliners in the most serious blow yet to Boeing's troubled next-generation model
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All Nippon Airways' (ANA) passenger planes are parked at Tokyo's Haneda airport on January 16, 2013 after an ANA Dreamliner passenger plane made an emergency landing in western Japan after smoke was reportedly seen inside the cockpit. Japan's two biggest airlines on January 16 grounded all their Dreamliners in the most serious blow yet to Boeing's troubled next-generation model after an ANA flight was forced into an emergency landing. (AFP/Getty Images)
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All Nippon Airways' (ANA) passenger planes are parked at Tokyo's Haneda airport on January 16, 2013 after an ANA Dreamliner passenger plane made an emergency landing in western Japan after smoke was reportedly seen inside the cockpit. Japan's two biggest airlines on January 16 grounded all their Dreamliners in the most serious blow yet to Boeing's troubled next-generation model after an ANA flight was forced into an emergency landing. (AFP/Getty Images)
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All Nippon Airways (ANA) vice president Osamu Shinobe (R) speaks, while executive Hiroyuki Ito (L) looks on, at a press conference at the Haneda airport in Tokyo on Janaury 16, 2013 as ANA's Boeing 787 Dreamliner passenger plane made an emergency landing in western Japan after smoke was reportedly seen inside the cockpit. Japan's two biggest airlines on January 16 grounded all their Dreamliners in the most serious blow yet to Boeing's troubled next-generation model after an ANA flight was forced into an emergency landing. (AFP/Getty Images)
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All Nippon Airways' (ANA) passenger planes are parked at Tokyo's Haneda airport on January 16, 2013 after an ANA Dreamliner passenger plane made an emergency landing in western Japan after smoke was reportedly seen inside the cockpit. Japan's two biggest airlines on January 16 grounded all their Dreamliners in the most serious blow yet to Boeing's troubled next-generation model after an ANA flight was forced into an emergency landing. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A All Nippon Airways' (ANA) Boeing 787 Dreamliner is pulled by a towing tractor at Tokyo's Haneda airport on January 16, 2013 after a ANA Dreamliner passenger plane made an emergency landing in western Japan after smoke was reportedly seen inside the cockpit. Japan's two biggest airlines on January 16 grounded all their Dreamliners in the most serious blow yet to Boeing's troubled next-generation model after an ANA flight was forced into an emergency landing. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Japanese Vice Transport Minister Hiroshi Kajiyama speaks to the media at his office in Tokyo on January 17, 2013. Japanese government ordered Japan's airline companies to remain grounded all Boeing Dreamliners in Japan until their batteries are confirmed to be safe, following a similar order in the US. An ANA Boeing 787 Dreamliner passenger plane made an emergency landing in Japan on January 16 after smoke was reportedly seen inside the cockpit. (AFP/Getty Images)