Malfunction causes Air Force to ground over 400 planes


SAN ANTONIO – The U.S. Air Force grounded hundreds of its training aircrafts last week due to an oil line malfunction.

According to a spokesman for the Air Education and Training Command, the Air Force grounded the planes because of a potential malfunction in the oil line of the engine.        

Inspections are expected to wrap up Tuesday night, and most of the aircraft should resume flying by Wednesday.

A total of 445 T6A Texan 2 aircrafts were grounded.