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New problem for Boeing: Display stops during takeoff

New problem for Boeing: Display stops during takeoff

A new problem faced by the American aircraft manufacturer Boeing: According to the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), a 737-800 aircraft was forced to turn in the air after the crew reported that the engine cowling separated during takeoff and the wing flap met.

A Southwest flight to Houston returned to Denver International Airport after yesterday's incident. The incident is now being investigated.

Southwest said the 135 passengers on Flight 3695 were transferred to Houston on another plane about three hours late. Maintenance teams will now inspect the original machine.

In aviation service since 2017

The 737-800 entered service in early 2017, according to FAA records. ABC News showed a video showing the torn hood with a torn Southwest logo flapping in the wind.

Boeing is under more stringent oversight by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) due to various incidents. In early January, a door-sized piece of the cabin wall broke off during a 737 MAX flight. A few days ago, Boeing announced that CEO Dave Calhoun would leave the company by the end of the year.

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