Industry Balks At Proposed 757 Freighter Wiring Fix

Credit: Nigel Howarth/AW&ST
A tussle between cargo operators and the FAA over costly changes to Boeing 757 freighters that would minimize risk of fuel tank explosions has entered its fourth year, with neither side showing interest in a compromise. The FAA in March 2012 proposed modifications to 757 fuel-quantity indication...

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