The Pakistan government has mandated a new safety inspection for all privately run Pakistan airlines following the fatal crash of a Bhoja Air (BHO) Boeing 737-200 Friday (ATW Daily News, April 20). The Associated Press reported that Pakistan Defense Minister Chaudhry Ahmed Mukhtar told state TV that aircraft operated by private airlines will be inspected one by one, and any aircraft that fails will be grounded. Planes currently in operation will be allowed to fly as they await ...

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