F-35 flight testing suspended amid fuel pump problem

10/4/2010 | Toronto Sun · Defense News

The Pentagon has temporarily suspended flight testing on all three F-35 fighter jet models following the discovery of a fuel pump sequencing problem that could cause the jet's engine to stall. Short takeoff and vertical landing flight testing operations have also been prohibited for the F-35B variant due to an issue with the auxiliary inlet door hinge on test aircraft BF-1, according to Lockheed Martin.

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