Bombardier CRJ Cargo Liners Not Meeting Flammability Requirements

The FAA has ordered Bombardier CRJ100 and 440 operators to replace cargo liners in baggage compartments with new kits that meet flammability requirements. The directive (AD 2013-03-22) gives operators of some 570 U.S.-registered aircraft 28 months from its effective date—or until mid-August 2015—to...

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