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New York, Delray Beach (AirGuide - Airline News Latin America / Caribbean) Jan 20, 2013

FAA will inspect older Boeing 737 jets for cracks The Federal Aviation Administration is requiring more stringent inspections for cracks on the tops of 109 Boeing 737 planes. The 737-300, -400 and -500 models will be subject to the evaluations, which are estimated to cost $5.2 million. The move comes after a 2009 incident in which a Southwest flight made an emergency landing because of metal fatigue in the aircraft's roof. Jan 17, 2013 AirGuideOnline ISSN 1544-3760 01/20/2012


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