Boeing says up to 50 planes grounded globally over cracks: AFP

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(Reuters) – Boeing (N:) has grounded up to 50 planes globally over cracks, Agence France Presse https:// news agency reported on Thursday.

Boeing was not immediately available for comment.

Qantas Airways Ltd (AX:) and Southwest Airlines Co (N:) have stepped up checks for structural cracks on Boeing 737 NGs after discovering problems with planes that did not require urgent inspections, Reuters reported, citing airline sources.

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