FAA Issues Boeing 767 AD Due To Cargo Fire

Credit: Aero Icarus, WikiMedia Commons
A fire in the bilge area of a Boeing 767 cargo compartment burned through insulation blankets and prompted the FAA to issue an airworthiness directive (AD) for U.S.-operated -200s and -300s. The insulation blankets were intended to prevent smoke from migrating behind the cargo compartment sidewall...

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