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U.S. FAA requiring inspections for cracks on some 737 NG planes

Reuters Saturday, 28 September 2019
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration late on Friday said it would require operators of some Boeing 737 NG jetliners to conduct inspections for structural cracks and make repairs as needed following the discovery of cracks on a small number of planes.
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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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