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FAA Grounds Boeing 737 MAX 9 Aircraft

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Newark NJ, the FAA ordered the temporary grounding of certain Boeing 737 MAX 9 aircraft operated by U.S. airlines or in U.S. territory.

“The FAA is requiring immediate inspections of certain Boeing 737 MAX 9 planes before they can return to flight,” FAA Administrator Mike Whitaker said. “Safety will continue to drive our decision-making as we assist the NTSB’s investigation into Alaska Airlines Flight 1282.”

The Emergency Airworthiness Directive (EAD) requires operators to inspect affected aircraft before further flight. The required inspections will take around four to eight hours per aircraft.

The EAD will affect approximately 171 airplanes worldwide.

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3 thoughts on “FAA Grounds Boeing 737 MAX 9 Aircraft

  1. Allegedly this particular plane had 3 prior ‘pressurization warning’ light of some sort, and Alaska airlines maintenance personal return the aircraft to service without identifying the issue, and did not fly this particular plane on the Hawaii route.
    According to people ‘in the know’… in the old days when smoking was permitted on planes, there would have been indications of a leak via nicotine stains outside of the fuselage making these smaller leaks easier to identify and remedy. (I’m not a fan of smoking but just passing along info)

  2. I’m buying Boeing stock tonight….going to be a rebound later this week…

  3. Diversity is our Strength…

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