The Federal Aviation Administration's safety efforts continue to be hindered by unreliable data and inspector shortages, the Government Accountability Office said, adding the agency will need to improve its data and staffing to meet its desired safety goals. In a report to Congress this month, the GAO noted that FAA missed its target for commercial aviation accidents last year and likely will miss it again this year. The agency takes a risk-based approach to monitoring and inspecting the ...
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