American Airlines 757-200. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. US National Transportation Safety Board's investigation of last week's overrun of an American Airlines Boeing 757-200 at Jackson Hole, Wyoming is ongoing, but the airline will not be allowed to participate because it did not follow protocols when it handled the aircraft's digital flight data recorder, according to NTSB. There were no injuries in the Dec. 29 incident, which occurred when AA flight 2253 en route from ...

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