Airlines have inspected 810 older Boeing 737NGs for cracked fuselage parts and turned up issues on 38 aircraft as of Oct. 9, the company said, adding it is working with customers to develop plans and procure parts for aircraft with discrepancies. Boeing is analyzing its customers’ inspection findings and is “actively working” with those that have airliners with inspection issues to develop repair plans and provide parts and technical support as necessary, a spokesperson ...


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