Regulators Urge 737NG Operators To Adjust Reverser Repair Steps

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Regulators recommended 737NG operators test thrust reversers after conducting a specific mandatory inspection necessitated by locking-actuator maintenance.
Credit: Sean Broderick/AW&ST
A maintenance procedure mandated by regulators can leave Boeing 737 Next Generation (NG) thrust reversers inoperable immediately after the work is done, prompting regulators to warn affected operators and recommend a precautionary step. The FAA in early August issued a special airworthiness bulletin...

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