Mokulele Airlines was flying again yesterday, one day after shutting down following a US FAA inspection that revealed cabin crews were not properly trained on the use of life preservers and fire extinguishers. "They grounded all the planes and conducted intensive training for all of their staff," an FAA spokesperson told ATWOnline. Mokulele recently signed an agreement with Republic Airways to operate up to four E-170s for inter-island service in Hawaii. It currently operates 56 daily ...

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