SINGAPORE (AP) — Singapore Airlines says it has repaired cracks on the wings of two Airbus A380jets and the planes are safe to fly.
The carrier said in a statement Friday during the second half of last year it found cracks on "a small number of wing rib feet," which connect the rib of the wing to its skin.
France's Airbus said Thursday that it had recommended to airlines that fly the A380 to check for cracks, though they did not pose a safety risk. Australia's Qantas Airways said Friday that it also found cracks in one of its 10 A380s.
Singapore Airlines was the world's first carrier to fly the A380 in 2007 and has 14 of them in its fleet.
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Please answer the following questions :
1. What happened to Airbus A380 of Singapore Airlines?
A. It has cracks on the wings.
B. It is safe
C. It flies safely.
D. It has repaired the cracks.
2. Who said that "during the second half of last year it found cracks on "a small number of wing rib feet",
A. The Airbus
B. Singapore Airlines
C. France's Airbus
D. The government
3. What is the text tells us about.
A. About Airbus A380
B. About the wings cracks which have been repaired
C. About French Airbus
D. About Singapore Airlines
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