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Boeing 737 NG: US regulator orders inspections into cracks

BBC News Saturday, 28 September 2019
The 737 Max, currently grounded worldwide following two crashes, is not affected by the move.
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Boeing, already having taken a $4.9 billion after-tax charge this year amid the ongoing fallout from two deadly 737 Max crashes, now has problems with a different line of planes. Per CNN, the Federal Aviation Administration is ordering inspections of 737 Next Generation models (737-600, 737-700,...

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