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FAA issues emergency directive on 2,000 Boeing 737 NG, Classic planes

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FAA issues emergency directive on 2,000 Boeing 737 NG, Classic planesThe Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Friday issued an emergency airworthiness directive for 2,000 U.S.-registered Boeing 737 NG and Classic aircraft that have been in storage, warning they could have corrosion that could lead to a dual-engine failure. The FAA issued the directive after inspectors found compromised air check valves when bringing aircraft out of storage. If corrosion is found, the valve must be replaced prior to the aircraft’s return to service, the FAA said.


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