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FAA Issues Airworthiness Directive on Boeing 777 Fuel Systems

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued an airworthiness directive (AD) on 282 Boeing 777 aircraft following fuel system reviews conducted by the manufacturer. ( More...

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bentwing60 1
Have never quite figured out how or why Boeing arrived in the 'leftie' dog house, as a modicum of homework will reveal that the Max accidents don't come close in tech fail, crew fail and Pax losses to the AB computer/crew interface fails that have occurred! The precursor to Seattle's evident demise.

I wouldn't indemnify Boeing for their varied epic fails in any way along the way, most percolated from the C-suites in chitcago. The faa seems to be completely myopic (not) of their complicity in the entire debacle!

Yeah, Washington will fix it?


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