The FAA is proposing an airworthiness directive that expands the area for checks of bulkhead fatigue cracking on Boeing 767-200/-300/-300F/-400ER aircraft. The proposed AD, issued Feb. 8, would supersede and broaden the current directive, AD 2006-24-04 — which requires repetitive, detailed and high-frequency eddy current checks of Station 1809.5 bulkheads — to include inspection of the vertical inner chord. The FAA decided to expand the inspection area after an operator reported ...
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