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A vital Boeing 737 Next Gen part that attaches the plane’s body to its wings is having a ‘cracking issue’

“Boeing’s website lists more than 100 airlines as 737 NG customers, including American Airlines, Delta Airlines, EgyptAir, RyanAir, and Southwest Airlines” writes Ashley Rodriguez for businessinsider.com. Boeing reported the issue to the FAA after it discovered the cracks while modifying a “heavily used aircraft,” according to the statement.Aircraft manufacturer Boeing has discovered a “cracking issue” in a vital part of its Boeing 737 Next Generation planes that connects the body of the aircraft to its wings, Charlie Harger at CNN affiliate KOMO first reported.Boeing said in a statement it has notified operators of the issue, and that the planes with cracks are “undergoing modifications.”.
 
Source: businessinsider.com



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