‘Incredibly Shrinking Airline Seat’ Not a Safety Concern, Says FAA

Article 0 Comments Hopes for more legroom in increasingly cramped airplane cabins were dashed when U.S. regulators, responding to a court order, said they found no need to impose new standards on airlines. The Federal Aviation Administration, in a letter dated Monday, said the agency “has no evidence that there […]

Regulators Had Concerns About Engine Type That Blew in Southwest Plane

Article 0 Comments European regulators this month began requiring an inspection by early next year of the type of engine that blew apart on a fatal Southwest Airlines flight on Tuesday, and a source said U.S. regulators were near a similar rule. The actions by regulators show that there has […]