SAS, which grounded its fleet of Q400s after the landing gear on two separate flights collapsed last week, is under investigation by a Swedish prosecutor to determine whether passengers were placed at risk by the carrier, the Associated Press reported. SAS said it would cooperate with the investigation but called the prosecutor's assertion that it had endangered passengers "groundless." There were no serious injuries in either incident. SAS has been inspecting and replacing the landing gear ...

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