Boeing says it has a fix for the battery problems that grounded its new 787 Dreamliner, and tonight executives are answering questions about the fixes. A Q&A live streamed on Boeing’s website features president and CEO Ray Conner and VP / Chief Product Engineer Mike Sinnett talking about why they believe the airplane is safe to fly. According to Sinnett, the design of the battery has been changed, an enclosure was added and the charger has had its maximum charging levels reduced. For his part, CEO Conner plans “to fly on the very first flight.” Hit the link for the ongoing stream, and see if their explanations satisfy any doubts you may have, or check out a detailed list of the changes after the break.

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