Boeing Issues Reminder After Netherlands Crash

Boeing Co. today reminded airline pilots who operate the world's most popular commercial plane to monitor their flight altitude instrumentation after Dutch investigators announced that a faulty altimeter played a role in last week's crash of a 737 in Amsterdam. Boeing asked operators of the world's nearly 6,000 737 airplanes "to carefully monitor primary flight instruments during critical phases of flight." The Turkish Airways plane that crashed one week ago in the Netherlands had a faulty...Full Story
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