Cracks Found During 767 Pylon Inspection

By Elyse Moody

Boeing is revising a service bulletin for 767 engine pylon inspections after American Airlines found cracks on some of its aircraft. The current service interval calls for repetitive pylon inspections every 1,500 flight cycles, but Boeing may decrease the interval to as few as 400 flight cycles.

A multi-operator message issued June 22 to all 767 operators asks them to assess how the adjustment would ...

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