Global  

Celebrating 10 Years of Trusted News Discovery
One News Page
> >

Boeing Admits Hundreds Of Planes May Have Defective Parts

Video Credit: Wochit Business - Duration: 00:43s - Published < > Embed
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.

0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 

You Might Like


Recent related videos from verified sources

The Most Detailed Paper Plane in the World [Video]The Most Detailed Paper Plane in the World

Luca Iaconi-Stewart can spend years making a paper plane. That might seem like a long time, but his paper planes aren’t made from a single sheet of paper, and they aren’t your average paper planes...

Credit: GreatBigStory     Duration: 03:10Published

Boeing admits hundreds of planes may have defective parts [Video]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 &quot;slat tracks&quot; β€” a part of a wing that helps a plane maneuver. It urged..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 00:44Published

Environmentally friendly: One News Page is hosted on servers powered solely by renewable energy
© 2019 One News Page Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
About us  |  Contact us  |  Disclaimer  |  Press Room  |  Terms & Conditions  |  Content Accreditation
 RSS  |  News for my Website  |  Free news search widget  |  In the News  |  DMCA / Content Removal  |  Privacy & Data Protection Policy
How are we doing? FeedbackSend us your feedback  |   LIKE us on Facebook   FOLLOW us on Twitter  •  FOLLOW us on Pinterest
One News® is a registered trademark of One News Page Ltd.