Spanish Judge Javier Perez, who is overseeing a judicial inquiry into August's Spanair MD-82 crash, summoned three Spanair mechanics for questioning this week, including the pair who inspected the aircraft before its failed second takeoff attempt. The third reportedly is the airline's head of maintenance. A court spokesperson told reporters that the mechanics could be charged with manslaughter. Spain's Civil Aviation Accident Investigation Commission earlier this month issued a report ...

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