Inspection required for some 2,000 Boeing 737 nailed to the ground because of the COVID-19

Inspection requise pour quelque 2000 Boeing 737 cloués au sol à cause de la COVID-19

New York | The us agency for regulation of aviation, the FAA announced Friday it had ordered the inspection of about 2000 Boeing 737 NG and Classic after you have spotted problems on the valves of the engine of aircraft had not been flown for at least seven days.

The manufacturer has pointed out that “in an abundance of caution”, he had already advised the customers that the planes to inspect the control valves involved, stressing that with the aircraft “parked on the ground or are used less frequently because of the pandemic of COVID-19, they could be more “susceptible to corrosion”

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