Boston, MA, United States (4E) – Firefighters responded to a reported smoke coming from a Japan Airlines plane parked at the Logan Airport in Boston, Massachusetts Monday morning.
The Federal Aviation Administration told WBZ-TV that the Boeing 787 Dreamliner from Tokyo was at the international terminal gate when someone observed the smoke on the plane at 10:40 a.m.
The Boston Fire Department tweeted the fire started in a compartment with batteries and other electrical components.
According to reports, the plane was empty when the incident occurred.
Fire officials said the plane just landed when a mechanic walking through noticed a light smoke condition increasing from the underbelly of the plane and immediately notified Massport’s fire department.
The fire was extinguished after 20 minutes.