CFM Monitoring Leap Fleet For Issue Linked To Southwest Engine Failure
CFM International is monitoring its Leap engine fleet for signs of an issue believed to be tied to the March 26 contained engine failure on a Southwest Airlines 737 MAX 8 that was being ferried to storage.The engine-maker has targeted a specific subset of Leap-1A engines that power Airbus A320neos...
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