Helios Airways said Tuesday that its two 737-800s successfully completed safety checks in Sweden and reentered operations. "In-depth safety checks covered the major aircraft systems, ensuring the full airworthiness of the aircraft," the charter airline stated. Meanwhile, the investigation continues into the circumstances surrounding the Aug. 14 accident involving a Helios 737-300 in Greece. All 121 people onboard were killed when the aircraft ran out of fuel and crashed near Athens. Greek ...

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