Government aviation inspectors allowed insecure aircraft to operate in US commercial flight operations;
According to the Federal Aviation Administration’s own investigation, according to the Private Legal Consultant, the allegations were confirmed by the agency responsible for investigating the complaints of the noticeers.
“Security inspectors in the Federal Aviation Administration have improperly approved aircraft for commercial operations, without first looking at critical safety information that might prohibit their operations in some cases,” said the private law consultant on Wednesday.
Airplanes with predominantly 30 or fewer seats were used by smaller carriers, often operating charters. In one example, some charter operators, according to the Special Adviser, were allowed to fly with exit doors that were not readily accessible during an emergency, violations of regulations.
Last year, after taking the FAA’s attention, the agency accepted the findings and created a task force to evaluate more than 11,000 aircraft records. The FAA has “identified several corrective actions as a result of the investigation,” and said the agency is waiting to be completed by September 30th.
The investigation also revealed evidence that the plane was permitted to fly in the US at Sona. The FAA said that most of the record breaches were unintentional and did not risk the passengers.
In a letter to the White House reporting the findings, Special Counsel wrote: “The whistle-blower seems to have detected serious problems under the supervision of the FAA.
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