FAA AD Highlights Issue With Boeing 737 Tail Strobe Lights

The FAA is calling for modifications to the tail strobe lights on more than 1,500 U.S.-registered Boeing 737s to prevent lightning strikes from damaging or potentially destroying the aircraft. According to a proposed airworthiness directive (AD) to be published today, an FAA review of the tail...

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