One of the planes needs to be inspected within five days, and this will be done as part of scheduled maintenance already underway this week, the carrier said in an e-mailed reply to Bloomberg News questions. The other 14 will be checked within the timeframe set out in a Boeing service bulletin, it said.
There will be no impact on scheduled operations, it said.
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