United Building Its Own Tail Stands For 737-900s

Concerned about tail-tip incidents with its Boeing 737-900 fleet, United Airlines soon will deploy tail stands to airports across its network, the airline told employees. The airline says it tested two models, one provided by Boeing and the other built by United engineers. “The United model was...

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