Boeing 767s Subject To Aft Pressure Bulkhead AD

Credit: Aero Icarus from Zürich, Switzerland, WikiMedia Commons
By Feb. 7, all operators or U.S. registered Boeing 767-200 and -300 aircraft must have replaced the aft pressure bulkhead with a “new, improved” aft pressure bulkhead, according to the FAA’s airworthiness directive (AD) . The design approval holder (DAH) found that the aft pressure bulkhead was...

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