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Following the FAA directive, the US-based United Airlines, Qatar Airways and Ethiopian Airlines too grounded their 787 fleet, and the Europe-based LOT Polish Airlines deferred a plan to start an inaugural B787 flight.
In September 2012, AI had experienced a glitch in a Dreamliner's liquid cooling system and electrical power system, which had led to the grounding of all three of these aircraft at that time. The aircraft returned to the sky after these faults were rectified.
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