Report: All Airbus A380 Planes to Undergo Safety Checks

CNN reports that the European Aviation Safety Agency has ordered all Airbus A380 planes to undergo inspection for cracks in the wings within three to four weeks. The planes do not need to be grounded during this time.

No new cracks in the planes have been found; instead, this order is a follow-up to a previous inspection order for checks on the 20 oldest A380s that was issued three weeks ago.

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