Kiwi, grounded Wednesday by FAA, met with agency officials yesterday to answer questions and find out what it will take to return to service. FAA revoked Kiwi's operating certificate, saying the airline's safety oversight had deteriorated to the point that "without constant monitoring" Kiwi "is no longer able to sustain safe operations." Kiwi appealed the revocation Wednesday night with the National Transportation Safety Board. A spokesman for Pan Am, which has an offer on the table to ...


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