FAA orders emergency inspections of Boeing 737s

The FAA on Friday said airlines have a maximum of 30 days to inspect the tail flaps on some 600 Boeing 737 aircraft worldwide. The order comes after a U.K. airliner experienced "severe vibration" due to a malfunction in its flaps and was forced to make an emergency landing. "This condition, if not corrected, could result in a loss of aircraft control and structural integrity," the FAA concluded.

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