FAA AD To Address Boeing 757 Flap Fatigue Cracks

The FAA is concerned that fatigue cracks in the flap track systems of Boeing 757s could lead to inboard flap failures and loss-of-control. The regulator today will issue a proposed airworthiness directive (AD) calling on operators of all U.S.-registered 757s to perform high frequency eddy current...

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