A220 Operators Ordered To Inspect Fuel Feed Tubes

AirBaltic has been building up its in-house maintenance capability for the A220.
Airbus A220 operators have been told to inspect fuel feed tubes for chafing caused by a clamp that, in extreme cases, could inhibit fuel from flowing to engines. A Transport Canada (TC) airworthiness directive issued May 13 said that operators have reported wear damage “on multiple airplanes”...

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