Boeing has agreed to compensate state-run Air India for the grounding of 787 Dreamliner passenger jets, the Indian aviation minister said on Friday.Ajit Singh said the details have yet to be finalised.The carrier expects to restart 787 operations for domestic flights by mid-May, Singh said.Air India has six 787s and has ordered 21 more. The planes have been grounded worldwide since January following incidents of overheating in the batteries providing auxiliary power. Boeing has since worked to develop new battery housings to prevent a repeat of the incidents.Ethiopian Airlines became the first carrier to resume flying the revamped 787s last week. Source: Reuters
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