Boeing Says 737 Operators Need To Inspect Lap Joints

Boeing 737 Classic operators with aircraft at or above 30,000 flight cycles need to inspect lap joints for cracks, according to a Service Bulletin issued by the airframer on April 4. The bulletin, which recommends lap-joint inspections on 175 higher life time 737-300/400/500s built between 1993 and...

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