Boeing falsified records for 787 jet sold to Air Canada. It developed a fuel leak
Air Canada said only 1 plane affected and Boeing said 'immediate corrective action was initiated'
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June 28, 2019 - by Katie Nicholson for cbc.ca
Boeing staff falsified records for a 787 jet built for Air Canada which developed a fuel leak ten months into service in 2015.
In a statement to CBC News, Boeing said it self-disclosed the problem to the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration after Air Canada notified them of the fuel leak.
The records stated that manufacturing work had been completed when it had not.
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