FAA: Boeing Knowingly Installed Faulty 737 Parts

The OEM currently focuses on converting 737-800s and 767-300ERs, letting licensees have the 757 and third parties do 737 classic mods.
Boeing faces a $4 million fine for failing to ensure a supplier was delivering airworthy 737 slat tracks and then not rejecting them once the issue came to light, causing the FAA to issue an airworthiness directive to ensure the defective parts were removed from in-service aircraft, the agency said...

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