Ethiopian Dreamliner fire

FLIGHTS at London’s Heathrow airport have resumed following an incident involving an Ethiopian Airlines aircraft.
It is alleged the Boeing 787 Dreamliner was the first to resume flights after the model was grounded, according to the BBC.
In a tweet, the airport warned passengers to expect delays to arrivals and departures.
The airport stated earlier there were no passengers on board.
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