US Dept. of Transportation Office of Inspector General said last week it will "conduct a series of audits" into FAA's safety oversight of US airlines. "Our reviews will include visits to FAA's headquarters, regional and field offices and various air carrier offices," the IG office said. A review of the agency's oversight of one airline in particular will be conducted, it said, but it declined to name the airline. It said the reviews were prompted by Congressional hearings during the spring ...

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