CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Officials say a pilot making a pre-flight inspection of a US Airways plane found a hole in the fuselage and the FBI is investigating.
Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said Tuesday that her agency also will ensure the aircraft is airworthy before it's put back in service.
US Airways spokeswoman Liz Landau says the airplane arrived at Charlotte Douglas International Airport Monday from Philadelphia.
She says the pilot's routine inspection discovered the hole toward the rear of the aircraft. She said there were no apparent problems during the flight but the Boeing 737 has been taken out of service.
Landau says the small hole was visible on the aircraft's exterior. The hole didn't go through into the cabin and the airline isn't sure how it developed.
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