Cabin Depressurization Event Prompts FAA To Require New Warning Modules

Boeing 737 operators have six years to modify cabin pressurization loss warning systems, including installing redundant pressure switches and new warning modules, FAA orders in an airworthiness directive (AD 2012-19-11). The AD which applies to all 737 models, was prompted by a probe into an...

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