EASA Plans Special Leap-1B Monitoring Mandate

CFM Leap-1B engine on a Boeing 737 MAX
Credit: Sedan. Broderick/Aviation Week
Some Boeing 737 MAX operators will face special monitoring of their CFM International Leap-1B engines to prevent premature wearing of a part from causing vibrations and potential high-pressure compressor stalls, a European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) draft directive reveals. The affected...

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