The Federal Aviation Administration will require $5 million in new inspections and repairs for Boeing 737s in response to a large hole in the roof of a Southwest Airlines jet as it few in 2009.

The order calls for repetitive inspections for cracking in the top of the fuselage of 109 planes in the Boeing 737-300, 737-400 and 737 -500 families.

The FAA said today in a statement that it “always evaluates the effectiveness of our safety improvements” and that “additional actions were needed … [visit site to read more]

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