There was more trouble for Boeing's 777s when two flights experienced in-flight engine shutdowns in February and in May. General Electric(GE) later warned airlines using its jet engines on their Boeing 777s that they need to make a fix.
Investigators have just begun looking into the cause of Saturday's crash. Boeing directed all inquiries to the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board, which is leading the investigation.
Investors have been able to shake off the bad news so far, since there's been so much good news about Dreamliner demand. The company announced in May that it would speed up production of its 787 Dreamliner to seven a month, and GE's aircraft leasing division agreed last month to buy 10 Dreamliners.
Investors' confidence continued to grow when the company said that the cost of grounding Dreamliners was "minimal." When the market opens Monday, we'll see Boeing's strong stock run can continue.