Deutsche Lufthansa, the second biggest operator in the world of the 737-300 aircraft, has stated that it has no plans to ground any of these aircraft following the hole found in a Southwest Airlines 737-300 aircraft. The German airline has stated that it will not ground the aircraft because they are a different configuration but, it said, it will react and conduct upgrades according to information from Boeing. Boeing said that it was working “closely with Southwest and are providing technical assistance to the US National Transportation Safety Board as it investigates the incident”.

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