Boeing 737s receive inspection order from FAA

04/15/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The · Google

The Federal Aviation Administration has ordered inspections on pins used to attach tail panels to the fuselage for Boeing 737 jets. The pins, which haven’t caused any accidents, may suffer from corrosion due to "an incorrect procedure used to apply the wear and corrosion protection surface coating," the FAA said. Boeing agrees with the rule.

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