Boeing 757 operators have been ordered to inspect aileron components following an in-service report of an issue that limited a flight crew’s ability to move the flight-control surfaces. Airworthiness directives issued by the FAA and European Aviation Safety Agency require operators to inspect 757 aileron trim actuator bearings and attachment lugs within 1,760 flight hours—roughly six months—from each directive’s July 12 effective date. Actuators with cracked ...

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