National Transportation Safety Board, in the midst of its TWA Flight 800 accident investigation, has become increasingly concerned about aging aircraft wiring safety and is focusing on issues such as routing and maintenance. Testifying Wednesday before the House Transportation Committee's oversight, investigations and emergency management panel, NTSB Aviation Safety Director Bernard Loeb said the safety board fears that "industry and regulatory efforts have been relatively ineffective in ...
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