NTSB eyes fan blades, inlet in Southwest 737 engine failure investigation
A US National Transportation Safety Bureau (NTSB) investigative hearing into the April inflight engine failure of a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 on Nov. 14 honed in on the design and testing of the CFM56-7B engine fan blades and the containment capability of the engine inlet and fan cowl...
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