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According to Business Insider, Boeing’s nightmare year got even worse this weekend as the manufacturer warned that hundreds of its 737 planes, including 159 of its troubled 737 Max jets, might have faulty parts on their wings.

Questions:

  1. What are slat tracks?
  2. Who produced the defective slat tracks?
  3. What are ten airlines demanding from Boeing?

Source:

Ma, A. (2019). Boeing’s nightmare year gets even worse as it admits hundreds of planes — including 159 737 Maxes — may have defective parts on their wings. Business Insider, June 3 (Retrievable online at https://www.businessinsider.com/boeing-737-planes-faulty-slat-tracks-warning-nightmare-year-2019-6)

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