Old 6th Jan 2020, 02:47
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The article went on to say that the fix is basically a redesigned bracket which can be installed in an hour. The article also said that the new Boeing CEO's response was to fix all the aircraft as soon as the risk validation was complete. That response was contrasted by Muilenberg's preference for the lowest cost fix coupled with an aggressive PR stance.

GE apparently has troubling news about rotor shattering risk which the FAA is also reviewing which may renew the discussion about the rudder cable redundancy.

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