Southwest Airlines

Airplane safety
4:53 pm
Wed April 27, 2011

Boeing CEO says workmanship to blame for 737 problem

A Southwest Airline plane, seen here Mon. April 4, 2011, had to land after a section of fuselage tore from the plane during flight.
AP

Boeing’s CEO says it was likely sloppy work, not a design flaw, that resulted in a hole in a Southwest Airlines jet. On April 1st, a Boeing 737 developed a 5-foot tear in the roof while in flight.

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