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U.S. air-safety regulators and aviation industry officials continue to clash over reducing fuel-tank explosion risks on some widely used cargo jets, seven years after such federal fixes were mandated for some 3,000 Boeing and Airbus passenger planes.

See  http://www.wsj.com/articles/faa-and-industry-continue-to-grapple-with-fuel-tank-fixes-for-some-cargo-jets-1424575690

Note:  In 2014 EASA ruled that the Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) did not sufficiently justify the need to retrofit the existing fleet of European registered passenger with any fuel tank flammability reductions means