FAA Requiring Inspections for Aging Boeing 777s

Credit: Boeing
Operators of aging Boeing 777-200 aircraft that have accumulated at least 45,000 flight cycles must comply with new inspection requirements, as outlined in an airworthiness directive that FAA just published. The AD, effective April 1, mandates that operators inspect fuselage skin lap splices at...

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