Boeing 737 NG planes checked
The American aviation authority FAA and Boeing have indicated tears with 50
737 NG planes, which are now stuck on the ground. According to the FAA, all NG
machines that operated more than 30.000 flights have to be checked for
indications of the problem. This entails planes of more than 15 years of age.
Australian airline Qantas found the ‘tears’ on one of its planes. This plane
had 27.000 flights on its name. Qantas now wants to check all planes tomorrow.
One check takes about an hour.
Profit Boeing under pressure by technical failures
The profits of Boeing are under serious pressure by the continuous technical issues with Boeing 737 planes. The faith of the consumer is dropping. In the UK, airlines such as Jet2, TUI UK and Ryanair use the Boeing 737 NG planes.