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NTSB Calls For Redesign Of Boeing 737NG Engine Cowlings

Credit: NTSB
The U.S. NTSB is recommending that Boeing redesign engine fan cowls on 737 NG-series airliners after finding that a fragmented fan blade compromised the structure on Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 in 2018, leading to the first fatality on a U.S. passenger airline in nearly a decade.

 

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