Poll: Your Thoughts on the Primary Cause for the Woes of the Boeing 787 “Dreamliner”

A United Airlines Boeing 787 “Dreamliner” aircraft is parked at C Concourse at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago in October of 2012. Photograph courtesy of FlyerTalk member ms_go.

The news about the problems which have plagued the new Boeing 787 aircraft — also known as the “Dreamliner” — has led to the grounding of the entire fleet of 50 airplanes until further notice.

Reports pertaining to the highly-anticipated aircraft have been posted all over the media in recent weeks — including at The Tarmac, at FrequentFlier.com, at BoardingArea.com in multiple places, and at The Gate
…but what are your thoughts regarding the primary cause of the problems associated with the innovative Boeing 787 aircraft — which is the first commercial aircraft in the world to be constructed mostly of composite materials?

Courtesy of Frequent Business Traveler magazine, you have your chance to vote in a simple poll pertaining to the long-range wide-body twin-engine jet airplane which can seat between 210 and 290 passengers.

Results from the poll are expected to be released by Frequent Business Traveler magazine on Friday, February 8, 2013.

As always, you are also welcome to post your comments below. Please share your experience as a passenger of a Boeing 787 aircraft, opine on what needs to be done in order for the “Dreamliner” to return to the skies — or post whatever other thoughts may be on your mind about this airplane.

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