"Potentially there could be some other charging issue," Ms. Nantel said. "We're not prepared to say there was no charging issue."
Aviation technology advances; FAA tries to keep up →
They plan to meet Tuesday with officials from Securaplane Technologies Inc., manufacturer of the charger for the 787's lithium ion batteries, at the company's headquarters in Tucson, Ariz., said Kelly Nantel, a spokeswoman for the board.
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