Citing the tidal wave of rulemaking since the accident, the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board said that its final report on the crash of TWA 800 four years ago will not include any recommendations to reduce fuel tank flammability. Instead, the board said it will encourage continued studies of fuel tank system safety, and closely monitor rules proposed by U.S. regulators that address short- and long-term fuel system safety concerns.


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