NTSB Calls For Removal Of Passenger Jet Engines

Law360, New York (October 17, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Federal safety regulators have urged that Pratt & Whitney engines on dozens of passenger jets be removed from service and inspected for possible flaws in the wake of an ongoing investigation into the uncontained engine failure that caused a Delta Air Lines flight to be aborted at takeoff in August.

The National Transportation Safety Board issued its urgent recommendation to the Federal Aviation Administration Thursday to ensure that PW2037 engines on dozens of passenger jets undergo recurring inspections until they reach a certain point in their...
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