Qantas Airlines has grounded one of its Boeing 737 NG planes after a structural crack was found.  The Australian carrier is now urgently inspecting 32 others to see if flaws exist elsewhere. In a statement, Qantas said: “Even when a crack is present, it does not immediately compromise the safety of the aircraft. “We would never operate an aircraft unless it was completely safe to do so.” Boeing said cracks on the 737 NG, a precursor to the 737 Max, had been found in the “pickle fork” – which helps connect the wing to the fuselage, or body, to the

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