Boeing Dreamliner problems escalate

Airlines worldwide stopped flying their Boeing 787s after several of the passenger jets had problems with their lithium-ion batteries. The Federal Aviation Administration grounded Boeing's newest and most technologically advanced jetliner until the risk of battery fires was resolved in April. Other airlines and civil aviation authorities in other countries followed the FAA's lead.

Boeing probing Japan Airlines' battery issue on 787 Dreamliner

Boeing 787 Dreamliner catches fire; stock takes a beating

An empty Boeing 787 Dreamliner that had been sitting at a remote parking stand at London's Heathrow Airport catches fire.

Boeing plans on 787 Dreamliners to be airborne 'within weeks'

With a plan to fix the problem-plagued battery systems on its grounded 787 Dreamliner jets, Boeing Co. said the fleet should be airborne again within weeks.

Panorama: Inside a Qatar Airlines Boeing 787 Dreamliner

A Qatar Airways Boeing 787 Dreamliner made its maiden flight from Doha to Zurich, Switzerland, to kick off regular service. The seven-hour flight has economy class and business class. Among its features, the Dreamliner is lighter (so it uses less fuel), has mood lighting and larger passenger windows that are electronically darkened. The business-class lavatory even has a window to the outside.

Safety officials looking into Boeing Dreamliner after fire