US House Transportation and Infrastructure (T&I) Democrats are leaning on FAA to review how it oversees airlines—and low-cost carriers in particular—and brief lawmakers as soon as possible. The move comes after a US television news program, “60 Minutes,” ran a recent episode on safety standards at US ultra-LCC Allegiant Air and the April 17 inflight engine failure on a Dallas-based Southwest Airlines Boeing 737. In an April 19 letter to US Department of ...

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