From: "David K. Cornutt" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Organization: Residential Engineering Date: 21 Oct 96 02:29:17 References: 1
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In article <airliners.1996.2075@ohare.Chicago.COM> alain arnaud, email@example.com writes: >Last week I was on a UA757 LAX to BOS. About 90mn in the flight we got >diverted into Denver due to an over the wing fuel leak. The fuel cap >seal was defective and fuel was leaking from the tank. I read somewhere in an article about the 777 that these top-of-wing gravity fuel fill caps were omitted on that plane, precisely for this reason. Apparently, the launch customers requested it, saying that they never use these anymore anyway. --- David K. Cornutt, Residentially Engineered, Huntsville, AL email: firstname.lastname@example.org I'm a rocket scientist. I know the difference between an increase and a decrease.