No word from Southwest on repair status of damaged plane

04/7/2011 | San Francisco Chronicle

Boeing engineers are working with Southwest Airlines mechanics to repair the damaged fuselage of a grounded 737 in Yuma, Ariz., but Southwest isn't saying when or if the plane will return to service. A portion of the fuselage has been cut away and sent to the National Transportation Safety Board for analysis, and Southwest has completed safety inspections on dozens of other jets.

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