FAA orders inspections of Boeing 767s

SHARE FAA orders inspections of Boeing 767s

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.

via Los Angeles Times

The Latest
Laphonza Butler is a former labor leader who now heads Emily’s List, an organization that supports Democratic women candidates who supports abortion rights.
The president tells allies that the U.S. commitment remains strong. But Republican resistance to giving aid to Ukraine has grown, and Speaker Kevin McCarthy may tie additional funds to efforts to protect the southern U.S. border.
The Illini, 2-3 after a 44-19 loss at Purdue, are the most disappointing team in what arguably is the worst Big Ten West division ever.
A 54-year-old man was in an alley near the 11500 block of South La Salle Drive when he was shot. He was taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in critical condition.
Bedard made his second preseason appearance Sunday in an ugly 6-1 defeat. Meanwhile, prospect forward Samuel Savoie had surgery on his right femur.