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Boeing Admits Hundreds Of Planes May Have Defective Parts

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Boeing Admits Hundreds Of Planes May Have Defective Parts

Boeing Admits Hundreds Of Planes May Have Defective Parts

Business INsider reports Boeing on Sunday warned that 41 737 Max and Next Generation planes may have faulty "slat tracks" β€” a part of a wing that helps a plane maneuver.

It urged airlines to also check almost 300 more planes in case they are affected as well.

Boeing is having a nightmare year after two 737 Max planes crashed and killed hundreds of people, sparking a crisis of confidence in the manufacturer.

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