FAA Ensuring CFM56 Handcranking Pad Covers Reinstalled Correctly

The FAA is calling for “independent inspections” after certain maintenance actions on a large number of CFM56-3 and -7B turbofans in the U.S. fleet, engines that power the Boeing 737 Classic and Next-Generation fleet. A proposed airworthiness directive (AD), to be published today, is designed to...

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