DGCA asks Indian airlines to inspect their B737 aircraft following FAA directive

Aviation regulator DGCA has directed Indian airlines to inspect the Boeing B737 aircraft in their fleet after the US aviation regulator FAA issued an emergency directive on this matter on Friday, officials said. Three Indian airlines -- SpiceJet, Air India Express and Vistara -- have B737 aircraft in their fleet. The emergency directive was "prompted by four single-engine shutdowns" that happened due to compromised air check valves in the engines of the certain B737 aircraft, said the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in its emergency directive.

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