Singapore Airlines To Inspect Wings On Its Four Oldest A380s

Credit: Rob Finlayson
SINGAPORE—Singapore Airlines (SIA) will inspect four of its Airbus A380 following Airbus and EASA’s proposed airworthiness directive (AD) published July 5. The AD calls for detailed checks for cracks on the A380 wing outer rear spars, from the 25 oldest wing sets, and requires detailed inspections...

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