There is no connection between the fire on board the Boeing 787 Ethiopian Airlines and its batteries (video)
On 12 July, London's Heathrow Airport was closed about 90 minutes due to a I boarded the Boeing 787 Ethiopian Airlines. The investigation is ongoing to determine the cause that led to this incident. At first analysis, officials said that batteries are not the source.
The Ethiopian airline said it would continue to use Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. The incident took place on the ground without causing casualties, plus the aircraft was stationed for more than 8 hours on the Heathrow airport platform.
The aircraft is currently in a hangar at London's Heathrow Airport. The plane suffered damage to the top of the fuselage, and the investigation may take several days.
I like the optimism of Ethiopian Airlines, they are posting a documentary about Boeing 787 Ethiopian Airlines on the day of the incident.