Boeing urges airlines to inspect 737 Max planes for a loose bolt in rudder control systems, after an international operator found a missing nut. The issue has been resolved.

Boeing recommends operators inspect their 737 Max airplanes for potential loose bolts in the rudder control system. The FAA is closely monitoring these checks, which take around two hours, and Boeing expects any issues to be identified during pre-flight checks.

Anthony Brickhouse, an air safety expert, emphasized the need for airlines to take safety concerns seriously, but as a flying public, he did not see it as a concern.