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1. Southwest Airlines has found fuselage cracks in three more of its grounded Boeing 737-300 airplanes, raising questions as to whether the same-types of jets owned by other airlines have similar problems, AP reports. There are 931 such planes in use worldwide of which 288 are in the US fleet. Southwest grounded 79 of its 737-300s on Friday and canceled 600 flights over the weekend after a five-foot section of fuselage ripped off in flight on a plane headed for Sacramento. The incident forced an emergency landing in Yuma, Arizona, but no one was hurt. And then yesterday, a Southwest flight made an unscheduled landing in Los Angeles because of a burning smell in the cabin. Southwest said it was unrelated to the fuselage problem.