FAA issues emergency inspections of 737 planes

Boeing 737 aircrafts parked more than a week, including nearly 2,000 planes, will be inspected due to reports of engines shutting down.
0:21 | 07/24/20

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And the FAA issued an emergency inspection or run some Boeing 730 sevens after four reports of engines shutting down. The order applies to any 737 aircraft park more than a week about 2000 planes many taken out of service. As your trouble plummeted during the Kobe nineteen pandemic there are concerns corrosion and engine valves could cost it loss of power.

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