Spanair will continue to fly its 36-strong fleet of MD-82 as the investigation continues into the fatal crash of one of its MD-82 crash on Aug. 20 at Madrid Barajas Airport. The airline has confirmed that the flight was delayed for more than an hour before the accident because of a faulty total air temperature sensor. That sensor was shut off by mechanics. Spanair says there is no link between this maintenance issue and the accident. The airline says the MD-82’s minimum equipment ...

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