FAA orders inspections of Boeing 767s

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The Federal Aviation Administration on Monday ordered inspections of Boeing 767 airplanes to check for problems with the wing elevators that help planes climb and descend, according to a notice published in the Federal Register. The Los Angeles Times reports the parts in question have not been linked to any accidents involving Boeing 767s. A Boeing spokeswoman said the company was working closely with the FAA.

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