FAA proposes an Airworthiness Directive for certain Boeing 747-400F planes.

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has put forward an airworthiness directive concerning specific Boeing 747-400F series aircraft.

This directive necessitates the application of cap seals to certain fastener collars located inside the fuel tanks.

The initiative stems from a report indicating that during production, cap seals were omitted from certain fasteners within the fuel tanks.

The objective of the directive is to rectify this omission and mitigate potential safety hazards associated with the affected planes.

The FAA’s announcement of this proposed directive was documented in a notice published in the Federal Register on Thursday.

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