FAA To Southwest: Evaluate Airworthiness Of 49 737s

Credit: Southwest Airlines
WASHINGTON—The FAA and Southwest Airlines are at odds over the carrier’s alleged lack of due diligence on 88 used Boeing 737s it has added to its fleet, and the slow pace that the airline is taking to address significant airworthiness issues identified in follow-up inspections. At issue is Southwest...

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