The U.S. airline industry is a few months away from achieving 10-year milestone since having a “large aircraft” accident, says John Hickey, FAA’s deputy associate administrator for aviation safety. That milestone accident happened on Nov. 12, 2001, when an American Airlines’ Airbus A300 crashed soon after taking off from New York John F. Kennedy International Airport.


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