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Polish airline to seek compensation for 787s

WARSAW — The Polish national airline, LOT, said Tuesday that its Boeing 787s, grounded for months due to battery problems, will resume flying in early June, and it will seek compensation from the US plane maker.

Sebastian Mikosz, LOT’s chief executive, told the PAP news agency that both of the carrier’s 787s will resume commercial flights to North America and China, following repairs and test flights.

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