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ETEB STUDIES ON 737 RUDDERS REVEALS OTHER TROUBLES

USA, The Engineering Test and Evaluation Board (ETEB) that has extensively worked on two 737 aircraft accident cases, in which 157 people died , has found that the rudder hydraulic powered control system of the Boeing 737 aircraft has "dozens" of failure possibilities, some of which will be not corrected or eliminated by the redesign of the actuator system as proposed by FAA and Boeing. "Before the...

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