RegionsAir, a codeshare partner of American Airlines and Continental Airlines, may remain grounded for up to 120 days after US FAA found fault with the carrier's pilot training program. "They discovered that their check pilots had not received proper training," an FAA spokesperson told ATWOnline. "They signed a consent order [on March 9] where they said they would stand down for 120 days until they could get it fixed." As a result, RegionsAir lost its Essential Air Service contracts. US ...

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