British Airways said yesterday that one of the three 767s removed from service following the discovery of traces of a radioactive substance during the UK government's investigation of the death of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko (ATWOnline, Nov. 30) has been cleared to resume flying. BA said it hopes to have the second aircraft back by this weekend, while the third will fly from Moscow to London Heathrow today to undergo testing. The carrier said it is continuing to contact the ...

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