Alaska Airlines to check 737-400 wing flaps

01/29/2008 | SeattlePI.com

Recent emergency landings have prompted Alaska Airlines to inspect all 40 of its Boeing 737-400s for possible wing-flap problems. The airline said the repairs weren't required by the manufacturer or the FAA and it will not ground the planes.

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