Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has performed a pickle fork replacement for a Boeing 737-800 Aircraft. As part of a routine C-Check for the aircraft, conducted at BEDEK MRO facility, An AD mandated inspection was performed to detect cracks in the pickle fork frame fittings, which extend from the main deck to the aircraft landing gear bay. The news came seven months after the IAI initially advised customers not to fly some Boeing 737 freighters it had converted pending a review of a fix that it had submitted for certification by the Civil Aviation Authority of Israel. The aerospace firm had found
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