American Airlines and Delta Air Lines resumed normal schedules Friday after completing inspections of wiring on hundreds of temporarily grounded aircraft, while US FAA said it will issue preliminary findings this week of its audit of domestic carriers' compliance with airworthiness directives. Continental Airlines and Alaska Airlines also acknowledged that they have conducted inspections of older 737s but said the checks have not disrupted flight schedules. The issue will come under the ...

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