NTSB Plans Hearing On Engine Model In Southwest Failure
WASHINGTON—The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will hold an investigative hearing Nov. 14 focused on the CFM International engine model involved in an inflight engine failure earlier this year on a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700.The one-day hearing at the board’s headquarters in...
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