Probe into Biman’s 787 glitch begins
Biman has formed a probe committee to investigate why the weather radar systems of a Boeing 787 broke down during its return flight from Tokyo after it dropped off Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
Capt Enamul Haque Talukder, chief of safety, was made the convener of the two-member committee, Biman said in an office order signed by Director Siddiqur Rahman on May 9.
The committee was asked to submit its report within three working days.
The Daily Star on May 9 ran a news titled "Biman 787 suffers glitch on return flight from Tokyo".
The plane dropped off the PM on the morning of April 25, refuelled, and departed for Dhaka an hour and 45 minutes later.
The pilot then noticed that neither of the two weather radar systems were working.