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US U.S. safety board wants Boeing to redesign part after fatal 737 NG accident

19:21  19 november  2019
19:21  19 november  2019 Source:   reuters.com

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Nov 19 (Reuters) - The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board on Tuesday called on Boeing Co to redesign the fan cowl structure on all 737 NG planes and retrofit existing planes after an April 2018 incident in which a woman was killed on Southwest Airlines plane after an engine failure caused by a fan blade.

a large passenger jet sitting on top of a runway: Two Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-8 Max jets are seen March 13, 2019, near a hangar at Midway Airport in Chicago. The airline reported first-quarter results on April 25, and managed to surpass Wall Street expectations. © Chris Sweda/Chicago Tribune Two Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-8 Max jets are seen March 13, 2019, near a hangar at Midway Airport in Chicago. The airline reported first-quarter results on April 25, and managed to surpass Wall Street expectations.

The board said the Federal Aviation Administration should require Boeing to determine the fan blade impact location or locations on the engine fan case and redesign the structure. The board did not fault Boeing's analysis in the mid-1990s when it developed the case. Boeing did not immediately comment. (Reporting by David Shepardson, Editing by Franklin Paul)

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