Comair announced Friday that it has filed suit against the US government, FAA and airport authorities as part of an effort to ensure that compensation owed to victims' families as a result of the CRJ200 accident that killed 49 people at Lexington Blue Grass Airport in August is "shared fairly and reasonably among all parties who share responsibility," according to Comair President Don Bornhorst. "Separate and apart from the NTSB's investigation and ultimate findings, we want to ensure prompt ...

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