Boeing planes recalled

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has asked Boeing to inspect more than 2,600 of its 737 aircraft for a possible failure of oxygen masks during a depressurization event.

This comes after multiple reports that the device changes position in the compartment of the 737 MAX and NG, which could result in an inability to supply oxygen to passengers in an emergency. The agency said the reviews must be carried out immediately and that it has between 120 and 150 days to carry out corrective actions.

It should be remembered that this aircraft model has been embroiled in controversy after being involved in an incident where a panel flew off after takeoff in January 2024 and in two fatal accidents in 2018 and 2019 that caused the death of 338 people.

(MDMA)

 
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