Taiwan’s Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) has ordered Taiwanese airlines TransAsia Airways and Uni Air to ground their ATR 72s and conduct engine inspections on the turboprops following the Feb. 4 crash of a TransAsia ATR 72-600 in Taipei. TransAsia has four ATR 72-600s remaining in its fleet as well as six ATR 72-500s. Uni Air, a subsidiary of Eva Air, operates 12 ATR 72-600s. TransAsia said it is cooperating with the order, adding that CAA will “confirm” the results ...

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