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Southwest will speed up inspections of 38 used 737 airplanes after FAA concerns

Reuters Monday, 11 November 2019
Southwest Airlines Co said Monday it will complete inspections on 38 737 airplanes it acquired from foreign air carriers by Jan. 31 that may not meet all U.S. aviation safety requirements.
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