Air China B738 enroute on Jul 7th 2022, a couple of screws loose in flap fairing
Last Update: July 8, 2022 / 14:32:08 GMT/Zulu time
The airline reported they pay a lot of attention to the loose screws in the left hand wing fairing of flight CA-1921, the loose screws were repaired and the entire fleet inspected.
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