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Fake safety cerificates

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Major US airlines, including United, American, Southwest, and Delta, are scrambling to inspect their fleets and potentially ground planes after it emerged that a parts supplier for the most widely used commercial jet engine may have been committing widespread safety certification fraud, the Wall Street Journal has reported.
https://www.rt.com/news/584206-airlines ... ine-scare/
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Re: Fake safety cerificates

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IIRC Qantas was the first to find the issue.
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Re: Fake safety cerificates

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This problem hit the media about a month ago already, see here for the first topic on it...
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