Delta, United Facing Costly 767-400 Hydraulic System Fixes

A proposed FAA directive would give the world’s two Boeing 767-400 operators, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines, 36 months to replace costly hydraulic pump turbine gearboxes with improved designs better able to contain turbine wheel failures. The draft directive, issued Dec. 6 and out for comment...

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