FAA will not require changes to Alaska's 737-400 fleet

02/6/2008 | SeattlePI.com

The FAA said Boeing and Alaska Airlines are working to determine the cause of four emergency landings last month, but it will not require any changes to the airline's fleet of Boeing 737-400s. Three of the planes were forced to make emergency landings in January because trailing wing flaps failed to fully extend.

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