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FAA requires lightning protection inspections of 737 Max prior to flight

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The Federal Aviation Administration intends to prohibit 737 Max flights until each aircraft undergoes inspections related to risks posed by lightning strikes. (www.flightglobal.com) More...

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Chris B 6
Anyone else see a trend here with Boeing and reduction in lightning protections?

See this squawk: https://flightaware.com/squawks/view/1/1_year/new/76749/Boeing_removed_a_feature_that_protects_its_787_planes_during_lightning_strikes_as_a_cost_cutting_measure_even_after_FAA_experts_objected

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