Boeing 767 Elevators To Be Inspected

Posted on January 28, 2014

Boeing 767s are in the spotlight after the Federal Aviation Administration issued a ruling that calls into question the safety of a component that is vital to flying.  The worry is that the elevators on these planes could contain faulty components that compromise a pilot’s ability to properly get a handle on the pitch of the 767s.  These elevators are responsible for the ascension and descent of the planes.  The FAA is asking that inspections be carried out in order to deduce whether or not this issue could endanger the planes and all those onboard.  At this point, there have yet to be crashes associated with the potential safety problem in question.

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