"We remain completely confident in the airworthiness of our fleet," she said.The new FAA requirements stem from a 2009 incident in which a Southwest flight from Nashville to Baltimore had to make an emergency landing in Charleston, W.Va., after a hole more than a foot long appeared in the roof near the tail. Boeing issued a special service bulletin to airlines operating the planes in 2010.
US To Seek More Inspections Of Boeing 737s
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