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FAA Suspends Operations of Crashed Cargo Plane Operator

The Federal Aviation Administration said it suspended operations of an airline whose cargo plane crashed into the ocean earlier this month, following an investigation into the airline’s parent company. Two pilots flying a Boeing Co. BA -1.63% 737-200 cargo plane for Transair Flight 810 were forced to land in the ocean near Honolulu around 1:30 a.m. local time on July 2, a crash that sent both of them to the hospital. The FAA on Friday said it had been probing maintenance and safety practices of… ( More...

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ADXbear 5
Yea these shady companies need to be shut down.. to bad it "sunk" the jobs of so many.. move on...
Greg S 4
That's ok, they're now running a submarine cargo operation.
D Rotten -1
'Somebody' did not want whatever was on board to be delivered!
Michael Mitchell 2
But the insurance check is in the mail?
paul hayes 1
It's callsign "bread" gives a clue to what it was carrying. Flying fresh baked bread from Oahu to out island all night long.
Michael Mitchell -3
How nice that your headline didn't read: "Boeing 737 Crash Puts Airline Out Of Business." It's the sort of thing I'd expect from Simple Flying.


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