Boeing, CFM Tackle 737NG Engine Thrust Instability Problems

Boeing says it is working with engine maker CFM International and the fuel supply chain to resolve a rare but potentially serious thrust instability observed in the CFM56-7B-powered Boeing 737NG fleet. While the problem typically affects one engine during climb and is resolved by slowly throttling...

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