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Federal investigators found shoddy manufacturing on the Southwest 737 whose ceiling peeled away in flight in 2011, but not widespread problems among the popular aircraft.

Southwest Flight 812 decompressed April 1, 2011, while heading from Phoenix to Sacramento. The plane landed in Yuma, Ariz., after a strip of fuselage skin 5 feet long and 8 inches wide flapped open above the left wing.

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