Air New Zealand Grounds Beech 1900D Fleet After Finding Crack In Tail

Air New Zealand temporarily grounded its fleet of Beech 1900D turboprops for inspections on Aug. 7 after a hairline crack was found in the tail of an aircraft. The crack was discovered near the top of the vertical stabilizer of one 1900D during routine maintenance. The carrier decided to inspect all...

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