US FAA said yesterday that Chalk's Ocean Airways, the operator of the 58-year-old Grumman G-73T Turbine Mallard that crashed near Miami (ATWOnline¸ Dec. 20), is voluntarily grounding its fleet in order to conduct inspections on its remaining fleet, according to media reports. The airline owns four aircraft similar to the one that crashed Monday, killing all 20 aboard. National Transportation Safety Board Acting Chairman Mark Rosenker told a Miami news conference that a fatigue crack ...

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