The FAA recommends an inspection of aircraft similar to the Boeing 737 MAX 9

The FAA recommends an inspection of aircraft similar to the Boeing 737 MAX 9

United States Civil Aviation Administration (FAA) recommended that airlines check their jammed doors Boeing 737-900ER following an incident that occurred in early January at a Boeing Alaska Airlines 737 MAX 9.

Companies are supported perform visual inspections to make sure these blocked doors don’t malfunction, he said FAA Sunday evening in the security bulletin.

THE Boeing The 737-900ER is an older model than the MAX series, but approximately 380 of the 539 units delivered have the same configuration as 171 of the 218 MAX 9s produced so far: the doors were blocked when the number of existing emergency exits was sufficient. the number of seats in the plane.

It is the four attachment points of these plug holders on the fuselage of these two models that airlines must check.

We fully support FAA and our customers in this eventhe commented Boeing Monday.

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