The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board is scrutinizing the rudder and yaw damper systems of an Eastwind Airlines Boeing 737 after the aircraft rolled sharply to the right during a descent into Richmond, Va. The aircraft, an ex-USAir Boeing 737-200-series, was carrying 48 passengers and a crew of five when the incident occurred about 10 p.m. on June 9. Eastwind is a scheduled Part 121 airline based in Trenton, N.J. It currently operates only two aircraft (AW&ST July 1, p. ...

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