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US aviation authority investigating Boeing 787 manufacturing flaws

WorldNews Tuesday, 8 September 2020 ()
US aviation authority investigating Boeing 787 manufacturing flawsThe US aviation authority is investigating manufacturing flaws in the Boeing 787 after the company reported that certain plane parts did not conform to its production standards. Boeing determined that eight planes affected by the issue needed to be inspected and repaired before they could be returned to service. "We immediately contacted the airlines that operate the eight affected planes to...
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