Problems with the wing mounts found in 36 of 686 checked liners.
The Boeing company found a defect in the mounting of the wing to the fuselage of its Boeing 737 Next Generation. About it reports USA today, citing a statement by the Federal aviation administration (FAA), reports the online edition of the Chronicle.info with reference to the Correspondent.
The defect was detected in 36 of 686 checked liners. According to FAA, the crack in the part, which is called “cucumber fork”, can lead to violation of the integrity of the aircraft and loss of control of the aircraft.
Previously, Boeing has said that it has found a solution to the problem where two aviakerosene 737 Max killed 346 people.