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787 Repairs Could Cost Hundreds Of Millions: Report

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Reuters is reporting that Boeing will spend hundreds of millions of dollars or more to inspect and repair Boeing 787s that are suspected to have manufacturing flaws in the fuselage skins (www.avweb.com) More...

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davidfairchild53
Does anyone know if this 'wrinkling defect' could cause a failure of the fuselage at altitude? Is this a coverup? If so, why hasn't the FAA grounded every 787?
royhunte92
Roy Hunte 1
Maybe they need to test it more; I believe I heard something about a couple of A350s having a delamination issue, I'm not sure if it is the same issue or not.
linbb
linbb -5
If it would they would ground it now. DUH

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