Boeing 737 Prompting for Urgent tests

The American Aviation Safety Authorities  issued an urgent directive to the airlines warning that the components of about 2000 Boeing 737 NG and Boeing 737 Classic aircraft could be deteriorated after storing them since the flight stopped due to the Corona pandemic. For a sudden hiatus in the engines of the plane while in the air.

Reports in the US media report emergency failures that pose a potential danger that raises doubts about the suitability of 2,000 Boeing 737 aircraft.

The authority draws in its directives that valve wear has been detected in a number of the 2,000 Boeing 737 NG and Boeing 737 Classic models that are currently on American soil, indicating that the appearance of rust in these components may cause the engines to stop working. .

The FCA directive stressed the need to replace valves if they wear off before the planes are reused.

Four Boeing engines stopped during the plane’s recent flight, one of which happened on July 15 with a flight from Alaska from Seattle in Washington State to Austin in Texas where the flight made an emergency landing in Austin and the engine was replaced, he said.

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Boeing’s best-selling plane was out of service last year, after two plane crashes of this type and 346 people were killed.

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The American Aviation Safety Authorities  issued an urgent directive to the airlines warning that the components of about 2000 Boeing 737 NG and Boeing 737 Classic aircraft could be deteriorated...

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