Boeing Halts 737 MAX Flights For Engine Inspections
LOS ANGELES—Flight tests of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft are expected to resume shortly after being suspended for several days. This followed the discovery of cracks in part of a low-pressure (LP) turbine section destined for one of the CFM Leap-1B engines that power the new aircraft. Boeing and CFM are...
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