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Question About United 737's

Tue Dec 14, 1999 11:23 am

I was just wondering....I know there are several airlines out there that are increasing the take-off and landing speeds of their 737's to help any problems with the rudder......Is United one of these airlines?

Thanks in advance!
 
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RE: Question About United 737's

Tue Dec 14, 1999 11:42 am

Yes to UA.

I was under the impression that only UA and US Airways were going to be doing this, though...

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RE: Question About United 737's

Wed Dec 15, 1999 12:15 am

The truth of the matter, the NTSB or FAA should have all airlines operating the 737 do this for the safety of the flying public.

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